What’s my yoga today? I started asking this question thinking of creating an app, very 21st century, with a program that would ask some relevant questions regarding physical, emotional, mental state or from Ayurvedic dosha and then respond with a ‘personalized’ short practice. The idea was partly to stimulate a home practice by giving a starting point and partly to look at prescriptive practice and it’s benefits.
In the end, it just seemed too complicated and too im-personal as I continue to say it is a personal practice which includes both an asana/pranayama/meditation sequence and applying it in our daily life. To be yoga now, means to practice the principles. So, I decided to ask the question as a real question at first requesting a one word response I got: Balance. Pause.Breathing. Stepping away from reactivity. Transform frustration into joy. Transformation. Grazie. Atonement. Surrender. Insight. Liberating. Flexibility. Moving. Un-attachment.
Now I ask myself and friends/students . No longer limited to one word, which was hard to stick by I have continued to ask this question and decided to renew my blogging commitment to ask it here. So, if you like answer the question.
“What’s my yoga today?”