“I hadn’t ridden my road bike in over seven years, which I really love to do and my husband and I rode 50 miles through Valley Center, Rice Canyon, Rainbow this past summer in 100 degree weather and I tell …
“There’s really no completion with my Bikram Yoga. I’m always working my postures – tweaking them here, pushing a bit there. The way I see it, I have a lifetime to get them all right.” We’re pleased to …
“Yoga makes you….YOU.” – Bikram Choudhury
People come to yoga for many reasons. Among these are to improve flexibility, improve skeletal alignment, strengthen and stretch muscles, find relaxation, achieve weight loss, cure spinal disease and arthritis, relieve muscle and joint pain, regulate blood pressure and cholesterol levels, improve focus and the list goes on. All of these are bi-products of yoga, and yes, with consistent practice they are all achievable. What most people don’t realize, however, is that yoga, in a broader sense, is a complete lifestyle. Improved physical, mental and emotional health are all wonderful results that are attained through yoga. As one gets further and further into their yoga practice, and these benefits abound it becomes clearer that… there is more. We can do more. The goals we were once aiming toward have been achieved and more is possible. Why limit yourself? The possibilities are endless! The only question becomes…what do you want? What do you truly want?
Pause. Slow down. Wait a minute, you ask. Can I really have what I want? Can I really transform into the person I want to be? The hardest part is knowing what you want. The first step is to find out who you are. Yoga makes you….you.
We look forward to helping you take the first steps in your journey, and getting to know you along your path. It is not easy to make a change, but you can do it. You can do anything. There will be bumps in the road, and moments (that feel like days) of chaos, but you will change. You will come to know yourself in a way that you haven’t felt since you were a child.
There is nothing better you can do for yourself than begin your own process of realizing who you really are. And you can start here…feet together, toes on the line, looking in the mirror.
We can’t wait.
NamastePosted in: Yoga Philosophy