Since I started a consistent practice at the beginning of my YTT program I wondered, “Why do I need a yoga mat?” The idea of using an external object like a mat for internal awareness training seemed foreign to me and now I know why. Props are meant to be used temporarily to deepen poses & cultivate proper body alignment. Continue reading Whats a Yoga Mat Crutch?
If you like to do anything with a paddle then you should be excited for Torch paddles!
I’m doing my first polarity clinic work on sunday and I’m super excited! I just got a opening for a 1:30 slot as well so if you want to come in & fill the slot email email@example.com and let them know I sent you. Spots fill up fast and we’re only a day away so email them asap!
Don’t know what polarity is? Come find out!
Location: SWIHA Main campus – 1100 E. Apache Blvd. Tempe, AZ 85281.
Time: 1:30pm (other spots for other practitioners might be open as well)
Scientists at Oxford University just created nano pixels that are 20,000 times smaller than some of the smallest pixels to date. So what does that mean? Displays are about to get a whole heck of a lot prettier. How much prettier? Well 8K TVs are on their way in about 4 years and they feel like you’re looking at real life with nano pixels we may just forget we’re looking at screens all together.
Ambidexterity changes your world profoundly. I’ve been studying consciousness, reality, quantum and classical physics, etc for the past few years and this book on ambidexterity is the most profound book I’ve stumbled upon in my quest of reality mastery. I’m only 61 pages through the first edition of the power of your other hand & have done every exercise that I’ve stumbled upon. If the rest of the exercises are as eye-opening and consciousness raising as the ones thus far I will have stumbled upon another amazing way to really assist with the world with its shared evolution. I have already taken what little knowledge I’ve garnished from this book into everyday applications within the rest of my life. Continue reading The Power of Your Other Hand | An Ambidexterous review