Photo by Brynna Bryant.
Are you a beginner?
I love connecting with new yogis. It's especially wonderful when I get the chance to teach yogis who are new to the practice.
Lately I've been reflecting on how powerful it is to stay humble. My goal as a yoga teacher and a yogi is to keep humility at the heart of my practice. The practice humbles us and reminds us that we are all equal. It doesn't really matter how many downdogs you've done; it matters that you are here, today, doing your practice!
If you're new to yoga, I'd love to encourage you to check out my Beginners page here on Alive in the Fire. It's got a lot of good tips and tricks, and links to posts I've written about:
- poses to help with pain
- simple meditation practices
- advice for surviving a hot and sweaty class
- my favorite yoga DVDs for an at home practice
- much more :)
Head on over to check it out, and if you're so inclined, maybe even share the link with another friend who is new to yoga! As always, you can reach me at aliveinthefire at gmail dot com if you run into any questions. Namaste.