Sutra 3.9: The state of restraint, nirodha, is when there is disappearance of outgoing [i.e., worldly] samskaras and the appearance of restraining samskaras. These emerge in the mind at the moment of restratint. Translation by Edwin Bryant What does it take to become a yogi? The most salient advice on this that I ever received…Details
CLASSES WITH A FOCUS
At 216, we teach yoga as it pertains to making the body healthier, happier and more free, now and in the future. More than just postures (asana), we try to distill many of the aspects of a traditional practice (sadhana) into accessible additions to your everyday life. Each month, we choose a pose, alignment topics, and inspiration for your inner experience to serve as the focus of our practice.
YOGA 216 BLOG
Photo by Remi Walle on Unsplash This month we’re learning about ishvara pranidhana One translation for that is “surrender to that which is beyond the intellect”. (Another is “just let it go”.) Maybe that sounds great. You’d love to do that! You know there’s stuff you’re hung up on that you could really stand to just let…Details