1 hr 5 min

#65: Preserving What is Sacred about Yoga Yoga Inspiration

    • Fitness

It’s such a pleasure to share the yoga practice with you. I appreciate every single time you carve time out of your day to commit to the practice and join me on the yoga mat. We’ve accomplished so much, and I hope you feel this sense of gratitude for one another and this opportunity to practice.
Everything you’ve achieved and accomplished so far is a result of all of your efforts and dedication to the practice. Give yourself the props you deserve for coming to the mat every day. It’s your effort that keeps you moving on this path, and it’s this same effort that preserves the tradition of the practice.
You choose yoga (and yourself) every time you commit to your practice. Every time you sit on the mat it’s a choice you consciously make to continue this journey and live your own yoga. Like all things, the yoga practice must be nurtured. Our journey on this path is a lesson in kindling and rekindling the fire that inspired us to take up yoga in the first place. 
Every student that comes onto the path of yoga has the opportunity to experience real peace and real happiness, and I hope I inspire you as much as you inspire me to keep practicing. It can be hard to make this commitment, but I know we all love yoga enough to keep trying and to put our best foot forward. 
But sometimes, people who love yoga have a harder time loving themselves, and the practice is your opportunity to recognize your goodness. It’s also our responsibility to help others recognize that same goodness in themselves.
The tradition of yoga is in our hands as students. Thousands of generations of yogis have come before us, setting the groundwork and giving us a path to start on. Now, it is our turn to set the foundation for the next generation of yogis. Join me now as I discuss why it’s important to maintain your commitment to the yoga mat and what you can keep doing to kindle the fire that drives you to continue your practice and share it with others.
If you have an inspiring story to share, please get in touch. Send an email at info@kinoyoga.com and tell me - what does yoga mean to you? You could be invited to guest spot on The Yoga Inspiration Podcast.
Stay connected: @kinoyoga and @omstarsofficial
View my teaching schedule, blogs, etc on Kinoyoga.com
Get your free 30 day membership on Omstars.com& use code: PODCAST

It’s such a pleasure to share the yoga practice with you. I appreciate every single time you carve time out of your day to commit to the practice and join me on the yoga mat. We’ve accomplished so much, and I hope you feel this sense of gratitude for one another and this opportunity to practice.
Everything you’ve achieved and accomplished so far is a result of all of your efforts and dedication to the practice. Give yourself the props you deserve for coming to the mat every day. It’s your effort that keeps you moving on this path, and it’s this same effort that preserves the tradition of the practice.
You choose yoga (and yourself) every time you commit to your practice. Every time you sit on the mat it’s a choice you consciously make to continue this journey and live your own yoga. Like all things, the yoga practice must be nurtured. Our journey on this path is a lesson in kindling and rekindling the fire that inspired us to take up yoga in the first place. 
Every student that comes onto the path of yoga has the opportunity to experience real peace and real happiness, and I hope I inspire you as much as you inspire me to keep practicing. It can be hard to make this commitment, but I know we all love yoga enough to keep trying and to put our best foot forward. 
But sometimes, people who love yoga have a harder time loving themselves, and the practice is your opportunity to recognize your goodness. It’s also our responsibility to help others recognize that same goodness in themselves.
The tradition of yoga is in our hands as students. Thousands of generations of yogis have come before us, setting the groundwork and giving us a path to start on. Now, it is our turn to set the foundation for the next generation of yogis. Join me now as I discuss why it’s important to maintain your commitment to the yoga mat and what you can keep doing to kindle the fire that drives you to continue your practice and share it with others.
If you have an inspiring story to share, please get in touch. Send an email at info@kinoyoga.com and tell me - what does yoga mean to you? You could be invited to guest spot on The Yoga Inspiration Podcast.
Stay connected: @kinoyoga and @omstarsofficial
View my teaching schedule, blogs, etc on Kinoyoga.com
Get your free 30 day membership on Omstars.com& use code: PODCAST

1 hr 5 min