This year I had my first tooth implant (also yogis are getting old!). Ever since I had an extremely painful, unpleasant experience at the dentist around 20 years ago, I’m someone who breaks into a sweat the moment I sit down in the dentists’ chair.
OK, you don’t feel anything because of the local anesthetic. But you can hear everything: the sound of high-pitched drilling, the dentist talking to the...
I know the right kind of adjustment can be incredibly beneficial to students.
Picture a not so flexible student in a seated forward fold, slightly frustrated that he or she will never be able to touch their toes. Happy to be helped, they see the teacher approaching and all the teacher does is touch them for a second in a too gentle way. They are now even more unsatisfied.
After I gave birth to my lovely baby boy, I was in the same situation as every woman. I had to rebuild my core. As a yoga teacher, I’m even more aware of the importance of a strong core. And we’re not talking about the awesome six-pack I was always too lazy to achieve in any case.
I’m talking about a healthy, strong inner core.
Women should not practice "the usual" core exercises for around six week...
My friend David Holzer helped me make sure the English language version of my website is not too Agnesized. David is a professional writer and yogi. He created Yogawriters to share his insights into the amazing ways yoga can help writers and yogis who love to write.
Hello David. Can you tell me what Yogawriters is exactly?