Swadhyaya: education of the self, or self-study.
The fourth niyama involves using outward observation and inward reflection to learn..
Tapas: burning zeal in practice, causing positive change.
Tapas derives from tap, meaning to heat. When instigating change in our..
The second niyama encourages us to be grateful for what we have and content with who we are and where we are. It..
So = I am
Hum = that
“I am that, that I am”
This mantra reflects the ebb and flow of the breath, ‘soooo’ being the sound of..
This month our focus is on the first of the niyamas, which encompass personal, self-care practices, that bring attention to our bodies..
The secret ingredient that makes Blissful Yoga so amazing is YOU. The energy you all bring in to the space is delightful, the way you..
Aparigraha: acknowledging abundance.
Also translated as “nonhoarding” or “nonpossessiveness”, the fourth yama applies to material..
So hum, meaning I am that, or hum so, meaning that I am, is a simple mantra that uses the breath and its repetition to help quiet the..
The fourth yama is often interpreted as sexual abstinence; however, there is much more to it than that. This..
Pose of the month: Simhasana (Lion Pose)
- Kneel on the floor
- Press your palms firmly against your knees. Fan the palms and splay your..