Learn to RELEASE …. the path of yoga …

What kind of yoga do you choose and why?

 

Because each style of yoga teaches us and gives different routines and we work different physical aspects  in the different styles  asthanga, rocket, other more fluids like vinyasa and hatha and other more spiritual like the kundalini, all are just as valid and the most important is that you find yours.

That will be which most connects with you and also the teacher and the teachings that fill in you.

As a teacher and student I am of those who think that it is important to experiment and try different styles and choose the one that goes with you … the one that fills you and connects you with the deepest, will be that you need a more physical or a more spiritual practice , or maybe is the teacher who connects with you in a special way.

As a teacher and student you have to learn to let go and  flow … to let the students come and go, to stop going to classes to go to other … in short to do what you feel … and the most important is to accept that process that each one has paths to walk together as long as it is and then to release, to change, to leave, to return …

This is one of the teachings that has given me and continues giving the yoga path day by day, all these variables are I like to see myself in this double environment … student for many times and teacher for a few (I really think I will always be learning and more on the side of the student) and as I am learning I see I need more and more hours of study, but the most important is the way of knowledge and learning to RELEASE

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“Associate with people who are likely to improve you.”

SENECA

 

 

 

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About GemaYoga

This blog is about all my experiences with the yoga around the world and the different styles and about additional material related holistic stuff. I hope that you enjoy and if you really like it, put I like it and recommend to your friend. With love, Gema
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