When you call a yoga teacher for advice, they are going to tell you to get to a yoga class and to practice often.
For some reason, I think folks who call me are surprised when I tell them this… I think that many think I’m some sort of wizard and I have a magic pill or prescription that will work instantly. There are so many things yoga teachers want to share with their students and try to help their students understand. The most important, the biggest one, the end-all-be-all is this… practice, practice, practice.
Yes, we know you are trying to perfect your bow posture and learn how to touch your toes. We want to help you ease your sciatic pain, back pain, knee pain, head pain and every other pain you have. We know you want to lose weight and feel better and get in shape and feel good about yourself. We know and we want to help you, but the simple truth is – only you can help you. We can guide you and advise you, but it’s up to you to get on your mat and into the yoga room because this is how you will learn from personal experience. Words don't teach so we can tell you these things until we are blue in the face. The only way for you to understand and know them for yourself is to get on your mat and practice yoga as often as you can.
A few things your yoga teacher wants you to know:
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