Let the breath be an object of meditation,
a physical reflection of the steadiness or unsteadiness of the mind ...
often translated as self-study, svadhyaya comes from the root words sva (self) and adhyaya (to get closer to).
Together, yoga and Ayurveda offer us a way back to the self in a world that has become overwhelmingly complex. What I love most is sharing the secrets of these ancient simplicities to help others remember and recover the vitality and delight for life that is our nature. Attention is the concentration of consciousness, an ability to find an internal anchor of awareness. Simple daily practices of paying attention, worked with over time, can create powerful change. My hope is to offer these practices to help you free up energy, feel better, and thrive.