I spend a ton of time in constructive rest. Preferably with straps and blankets. I’ve spent enough time in this position that every part of me has felt it, experienced it, tasted it. I know why I practice it and what I receive from it. And so, I teach it. A lot.
Critical thinking is a crucial part of this practice. With so much conversation around safety, styles, guru’s, dogma and do’s and dont’s, it’s important to question. This one body, one heart, one mind that we have deserves that questioning. Whatever you chose to practice, spend enough time exploring, experiencing and committing. At university I would spend 4 hours a day “practicing” flute. Those hours were a mesh of right and wrong, absorption and boredom. And, a willingness to explore what is necessary to move beyond the mechanics. Just sayin’ 📷 @floatspahove
Taken at this years’ @brightonyogafoundation festival