Whether you’ve practiced for years or you’re about to begin, what brings you here?
Is it freedom in your body? Relief from pain?
Does yoga settle your mind, or are you curious about that possibility?
Perhaps it’s the inspiring physical expression of the asanas.
Are you looking for a challenge?
Do you need to find ease?
Are you seeking a greater sense of connection in your life?
Many different motivations draw people to yoga. And of course there are many ways to practice, many kinds of yoga. In this way, it is not a simple thing.
Yet from another view, there is something common and basic in any person’s pull to the practice:
Connection, being at home, a feeling of freedom.
Yoga is complex, but at its heart it is simple.
Simple Yoga explores what’s essential, finding richness and insight in the overlooked and the everyday. It’s the earth under one’s feet and the air around. It’s the steady drip of small actions that accumulate into full, focused change.
If you’re interested to discover how this practice might connect with you and your life, click here. If you’d like to learn more about the method of Simple Yoga, go here.