Hara and the core – Part two

Hara and the core – Part two

Part two Continued from Hara and the Core Part 1 As I explained in Part one, all movements are done VERY slowly, without hurry or stress, starting from the core and with total attention to have the desired effect. These exercises to reinforce...
Hara and the core – Part one

Hara and the core – Part one

Part one The human being is very complex. The part that is visible to the eye is obviously the physical body. This body is, however, the result of, and is composed of, many parts that are not so visible to the eye. Beginning with the most obvious part, the skull...
The first Vital Principle

The first Vital Principle

1. The first Vital Principle: The meditative state of mind or the ‘not-doing’ of meditation The first of the Eight Vital Principles is the meditative state of mind or the not-doing of meditation. It is the state of mind of inner silence,...
A timeless story

A timeless story

THE DONKEYS AND THE CARROTS “Once upon a time there were some donkeys who lived happily in a field where they could eatwhat they wanted and do what they wanted, and they thought that they would spend the rest of theirlives like that. Unbeknownst to the donkeys,...
How Centered Yoga Saved my Mind during the COVID19

How Centered Yoga Saved my Mind during the COVID19

A blog by Ana Leroy, our dear Centered Yoga Teacher in Mexico March 19 marks a year when Mexico went into its first confinement due to the COVID19 pandemic. Travel and movement restrictions in Mexico were always been partial, never as strict as they were in Asia or...
Awareness will save us

Awareness will save us

The awareness I wish to talk about is not that of the “experts”, learnt at university, but rather that of those sensible people, living inside us without our knowledge. It is taught to us from the balanced behaviour of those appreciating its values. In the...