Try these three poses for a deep sense of calm and relaxation Think of restorative yoga as the polar opposite of the high-adrenaline, often competitive “power yoga” that seems to dominate these days. Restorative yoga is a quiet, meditative practice that makes extensive use of props such as bolsters and blocks, enabling you to hold […]
As a yoga teacher I am privileged to instruct friends and family from time to time. However, when it came to teaching my parents it was a different story. With assistance they were able to make it to the yoga mat, but it just was not comfortable. That motivated me to find something better for
Heritage and Culture My family came to the U.S. in 1974. When we left India, we left a culture steeped in family, traditions and community. In New York City, when we first arrived, my parents sought outSindhi people like us, and started temple meetings in families’ homes every Sunday as a way to stay connected to their culture.
Happy New Year! One of my resolutions is to blog more:) “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order”- Carl Jung I just returned from a family trip to India. It had been 6 years since I had been there. In planning the trip I wanted to see and do
I like to read all kinds of books not just ones with a spiritual message. Reading can be a great escape into another world. Recently I read “The Perfume Collector” by Kathleen Tessaro and it was a wonderful read. Fast paced and easy great for summer time reading, but even in this type of literature