I am on an amazing team of teachers leading this 40 Days program through Baptiste Power Yoga San Francisco and am offering support and commitment to the daily yoga and meditation practice by publishing weekly episodes aligned with the weekly theme and focus points.
Week One theme: PRESENCE.
And, the first two laws are:
Law One: Seek the Truth
Law Two: Be Willing to Come Apart
Here are the iTunes podcast links to a meditation and yoga class you can use during Week One of your 40 days program, or even if you’re not following the 40 days book! First preference is to get yourself to a class AND for times when that’s not possible, these episodes are for you! Creating a “no excuses!” option to support your commitment to a daily practice! Of course, remember one day of rest every week from yoga! Meditation every day, asana practice 6 days/week.
If you’re new to my podcast, there are other yoga, meditations, and guest interviews on my Spiritually Fit Yoga too! (My podcast is also on Spotify, Google podcast, Anchor, and more.)
Have you listened to my episodes? I’d appreciate a review an iTunes with your feedback (5 star ratings always appreciated) or comment below. My. intention is to offer you podcast episodes to empower you using the tools of yoga and meditation, and from the insight and wisdom offered by my guest interviews! Thank you for being here.
The theme for week 3 of our 40 Days to Personal Revolution is equanimity. In case, any of you don’t know what the definition of this word is, like I didn’t, I wanted to share it with you, especially because before I knew the definition of this word, eqanimity is one of the major benefits I have received from practicing yoga. One of the poses we do during the Equanimity section of our Journey into Power sequence is Eagle Pose or Garudasana. Here is a link about how to come into this pose, some modifications, and the benefits of eagle. Bring equanimity into your yoga practice, and into your life. Namaste…
mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, esp. in a difficult situation.
“she accepted both the good and the bad with equanimity“