But let’s remember what our yoga is really about: self-revelation, compassion, and a deep connection with the world. Yoga is a tool for co-creating with the Universe; for nourishing our bodies, minds, and hearts and exploring the wonder of our own expression while we live on this marvelous world. Here's the story of how the two Hollywood stars got together, from the early days of friendship to tying the knot., Weisz revealed they had known each other for years.
The New York Times recently ran an article, “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body,”that has a rather sensational and silly title and a fairly simple point: doing yoga can cause injuries.
The article, citing the musings of yoga teacher Glenn Black, references the medley of yoga injuries that have been developing through the West over the last ten years.
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The author of the article, William Broad, describes his experience: “While doing the extended-side-angle pose, a posture hailed as a cure for many diseases, my back gave way. And – when done mindfully and with kick ass alignment – yoga heals. But here are some tips: Yoga is one of the best things that has happened in my life.
With it went my belief, naïve in retrospect, that yoga was a source only of healing and never harm.” William, thank you for the wake up call. Living on this plane of existence with muscles, bones, tendons, and blood, we are subject to the forces of time and aging. Expecting yoga to transcend the nature of this Universe is like expecting dinner to cook itself or time to move backwards. If you’re reading this, my bet is that it’s transformed you, too.Rachel Mc Adams is a Canadian actress born on November 17, 1978, in London, Ontario, Canada.The former child competitive figure skater discovered her acting passion at age 12.In the summer of 2001, Rachel began dating American filmmaker and producer Darren Aronofsky.They met backstage at London's Almeida Theatre, where she was starring in The Shape of Things.And these days, with the emphasis on “getting” handstand in the middle of the room to be a “real yogi” or pushing through thirty chaturangas in a class to “test your edge”, it’s no wonder that we are limping to the physio and crying to our RMT’s.