Wednesday, February 19, 2014

3 tips for those who are interested seriously in Ashtanga yoga


1. Search for the best Ashtanga yoga teacher in town. Take your time. Yet if you found him/her then stick to him/her.
2. Establish a daily practice.
3. Plan a trip to Gokulam, India, travel to the source. If it's not possible to fly this year, then perhaps next year. Have it on your list.

Once you're on your way don't rethink your decisions every other day.

4 comments:

Anna said...

Beautiful :-))

Ursula Preiss said...

I'm glad that I could steal some time for taking pictures.

There is still so much work to do.

Filipa said...

Thanks for your comments. The problem is that I don't have a ashtanga teacher in my town. I am commited to practice everyday, but sometimes I find muself practicing a sequence of simple Hatha yoga instead of continuing withe practice of ashtanga. Last year, fro 7 months I practiced with a certified teacher and I saw the progress both in asana and in the rest. But alone and without a teacher sometimes is really difficult to be faithful to the method. Any suggestions?

Ursula Preiss said...

Thank you for commenting, Filipa.

I wrote a blog post for you. I hope it will help you.

Keep practicing, it's worth the effort.

Namaste, Ursula