There is a common misconception that Yoga is a purely physical practice. You just need to put on a pair of Yoga pants, get a mat and you are a Yogi. Since making its way to the West, I personally believe that Yoga has been misidentified, misinterpreted in a lot of ways, and even watered down.
The true nature of yoga is a spiritual practice. It's a practice of rootedness. It's a practice of introspection.
James Boag's insightful storytelling and wisdom bring light to the power of Yoga and how it can return us to wholeness by connecting and navigating to our Truth (Satya: Sanskrit: सत्य) and self-awareness not by being flexible physically, but mentally so that we can use it as a tool to be able to navigate around life, love and relationships.
James Boag website: www.jamesboagyoga.com email: email@example.com instagram:@jamesboagyoga Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/jamesboagyoga/videos Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/james-boag-517265519 Three choice storytelling links: James telling a yoga story of how Gaṇeśa got his name, 1 hour 45 minutes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9plQU-N_3M James telling the story, the greatness of story, in India, 10 minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAP6cAvnkz4 James telling yoga story on the real power of love, 17 minutes: https://soundcloud.com/james-boag-517265519/jakob-yoga-and-the-real-power-of-love www.yogaanytime.com James also has courses featuring lots of storytelling on yogaanytime.com including The Mythology Show: https://www.yogaanytime.com/show-view/23/Yoga-Show-The-Mythology-Show as well as courses on Chapters One and Two of Yoga Sūtra-s and chapter Two of Bhagavad Gītā and themed talks Yoga Now. Use code JAMESBOAG for 30 days free access