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I’m Not a Very “Good Yogi”



I'm not a very 'good yogi'. (And here I use both 'good' and 'yogi' pretty damn liberally.) For instance... I'm a little too attached to worldly possessions – I've lost two pairs of Prada sunglasses in the last two months and their loss has effected me deeply. If you've seen them, for Gods' sakes PLEASE return at least ONE of them... I have a helluva temper, and though I only stopped punching holes in walls because I'm also phenomenally lazy (and patching them proved to be a pain the ass), I still lose my shit regularly. My face wears a...

Six Nuggets of Wisdom I Learned from Anger & How We can Use them to become Better People.



For most of my life, I have been a notoriously angry S.O.B. At age 27, I actually started fighting in the cage in order to have a healthier outlet for my rage. The other day, a student asked me, “How do you deal with your anger these days?” Short of stepping into the octagon, this is what I have to offer: Recognize it: Nothing good comes from ignorance. As yogis, there’s phenomenal pressure on us to be perfect. But ignoring it, pretending we’re indifferent, or that we’re unaffected by it will not invite you to successfully integrate anger. (In fact,...

What to do When You Only Have 5 Minutes to Prepare to Teach a Yoga Class.



As a yoga student I would prefer that we take hours to prepare to teach a yoga class—hell, a lifetime ideally. But, as a teacher, I acknowledge that some days life just won’t allow it. Dog pukes up a bird on the floor, car won’t start, traffic holds you up, your mom (or kid) calls with a fresh emergency as you arrive at the studio. Iyengar—God rest his soul—would tell us to stay home if we have diarrhea or if it’s that time of the month for ladies. Here’s a few things you can do, however, to get your shit together when you...

Why You Need to Get Over Your PTES – Post Traumatic Election Syndrome



Aristotle once said, “Societies get the leaders they deserve.” We seem persistent in our fervent hope in the system’s ability to right the course our planet is on, perhaps because the challenges that face us feel way too big for us. Nothing could be further from the truth. You are powerful beyond measure – you need only remember this truth. Feeling hopeless, angry, or lost? Good. Because beneath these feelings lies the potential for action. It’s time to get to work. Climate change. Inequality. Conflict over contrived differences . . . nothing is beyond our own creative capacity to change...

Top 5 Reasons to Avoid Everything in Life



Out of a desire to synthesize some of the Top Five lists floating around out there—as abundant as they are helpful—I have compiled my own list of the top five reasons to avoid everything in life. 1. Don’t eat or drink anything! New studies show that almond flour gives us AIDS, soy contributes to ADD, and wheat will kill us stone-dead in a single bite. Beef is lousy, laden with hormones and, come to think of it, so is tap water. Beans will bloat us, and rice will make us fat. If we absolutely must eat, say the experts, eat...

Stop Acting Enlightened! This Yoga Teacher is Calling You the F*ck Out



In the bigness of their hearts, yogis are some of the most judgmental fuckers on this planet. “As a yoga instructor I truly don’t understand how promoting bone broth and paleo diets can possibly be seen as being in line with Ahimsa. And the truth is that it isn’t. Ahimsa is known as the most important Yama, and yet it is widely watered down or outright ignored by the Western yoga community. I encourage you to begin living and sharing the values you pretend to endorse.” This comment was recently left on YogiApproved.com. One of the most reliable – and...

Clear the Clutter: Spring is a Time to Remember.



If winter is a time to be hold up hibernating with depression and regression, then spring is a time to be remembering, clearing and creating. Sometimes in the light of spring’s initial rays, it’s tempting for me to forget that these first few enthusiastic forays are often also the spastic, last rattle of winter’s woes. Wind whips last year’s most stubborn leaves from trees, while frost kills those shoots too enthusiastic to wait with wisdom for winter to fully whither. Colds sweep through studios, schools, and workplaces…psychic fallout from the holidays linger… Seems we might be wise to remember that...

Aiming the Arrow: How to Find Our Creative Flow.



We all have a creative capacity within us, but is it also flowing from us? Hugh Prather once wrote, “If the desire to write is not accompanied by actual writing, then the desire is not to write.” As far as I can tell, it’s the only thing of note he ever wrote. Whether our desire is to write or to create in some other capacity, here are a few simple steps to excavate a breakthrough, to get the juices to flow and take the steps to grow your vision. Get Clear  I got into archery last summer. In between firing...

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