Yoga is often misinterpreted as a physical and physical only practice. Yoga is not about turning into a human pretzel, or standing on your head. Yoga is a journey of inquiry, self study and self liberation. By coming inwards we gain the knowledge and strength to act in a more aligned, more empowered way, in all aspects of our lives (whilst getting a wonderful, healing, toning practice as a bonus). In Yoga philosophy we believe our bodies, spirits, and minds are all one, yoga teaches us that in caring for and toning one, we tone them all.
I truly believe there is a yoga for everyone. My classes are Vinyasa style, which I understand isn't for everyone. For more info, don't hesitate to contact me directly.
Stability is found in the middle of strength and flexibility. In yoga we use our body weight to work with the two in tandem together! Each practice bringing us that little bit stronger, centred, calmer and stable.
It's so easy in our 24/7 world to breeze over looking after ourselves, and over time everything falls to the side. Yoga is a time for you and only you to be with and work with your body and your material, helping us to realise our strength, limitations, and learning to apply compassion when it's needed.
Sarah is the founder and sole teacher of Flow Rogue Yoga. Sarah is a 200 RYT training with MyVinyasaPractice in Texas. Sarah is passionate about the transformational powers of yoga, for everyone.
Yoga in its essence is a philosophy. The physical practice (asana) is only one of eight parts in the eight limbs of yoga. Interested in knowing more about the practice? Have a look at the following links for more information
Yoga is an Ancient Indian Practice brought to the West as little as 200 years ago. Yoga is often divorced from it's true meaning, I am aware of my part in this as a white British teacher, but am doing my best to respect the true meaning of Yoga, it's roots and culture - To read more about the history and westernisation of yoga
Vinyāsa is a flow based style of yoga, drawing from both Hatha and Ashtanga traditions. In Vinyāsa we often focus on syncing our movements with our breath, looking for a sense of inner connection - reminding us our body, mind and spirit is all one.