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That title drew you in, didn’t it? And, it was meant to. I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. When does something that’s good for you become an addiction?
Most of the world at this point would say yoga is something that is good for you. Because it is. It’s great for your body and your mind. It connects you to everything you are and allows you to leave behind everything you aren’t. Yoga is awesome.
But, it can also be addictive. When not used in the right way, like anything else, it can have a negative effect.
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I know for many of you, you are surprised at my change of heart when it comes to the twenty-six and two sequence. When we first went into quarantine I had quite a few messages with questions asking when would I be adding the class to my online schedule. And, I had to be honest: I’m not.
Listen, I still believe it’s a beautiful practice.
I believe it has awesome healing potential for those in the beginnings of their yoga journey. It’s just not for me right now. And, I would never teach something I’m currently not interested in practicing.