One of experiential guidelines that you can use in your work, is to “welcome” and “listen” to what your client/student is presenting. This then enables them to feel empowered and connected to themselves, so they feel deeply seen, heard, acknowledged and authentic in their expressions, on every step of their journey of healing and awakening.
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Vedic chanting has commanded great respect among yogis of the past and it is often considered one of the most important yoga practices.
In this insightful article Petrea King shares her thoughts on how to approach life when griefs enters our lives.
How do you go on with life after the passing of a loved one, particularly on special occasions like Christmas? Petrea King shares deep insights and wisdom with you in this article.
When life delivers us an unexpected diagnosis in ourselves or in someone we love or when a relationship we thought would last a lifetime suddenly ends, when our dreams are shattered by the death of someone dear, we enter the bewildering landscape of grief.
Australian Yoga Journal interviews Eve Grzybowski about her journey with Yoga