Respect and Focus

Focused, committed, devoted, discipline; or as Sharath calls them, the 4d’s. In order for the practice of yoga to have an effect on the practitioner it requires a lot of uninterrupted focus. Uninterrupted focus takes a lot of energy, keeping your mind and breath focused for extended periods of time, takes effort and discipline. The practice of Ashtanga Yoga is built gradually into it’s full form, it evolves in intensity as the practitioner evolves with it. There is no cutting corners, this practice is aimed at having an impact on your mind and your nervous system, it works from within. My teacher Sharath endlessly repeats that asana without breathing is just circus. I appreciate this phrase

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