“How we feel during the action is the quality of the action.” Tirumalai Krishnamacharya
Asana is Sanskrit for seat or posture, traditionally referring to the seated posture one sits in to practice deep meditation. Over the years, we’ve come to know asanas as a vast ocean of shapes that move the body, ignite the breath, and direct the mind. When performed with intention, we have the ability to strengthen our relationship to ourselves and allow for a continuous inquiry into the deepest parts of our mind.
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