How to Approach Change

change Change is a wonderful reminder of one of one of the most important yoga principles, Vairagya (lit. non-attachment). Yogi’s are encouraged to practise non-attachment in relation to material items, and people. The practice of Vairagya involves learning to let go of the many attachments, aversions, fears, and false identities that are clouding the true self. This is can be applied to anything in life, including our yoga asana practice. Detaching oneself from fears allows us to move forward and challenge the mental limitations that we place on ourselves. The asana and non-attachment practices work hand in hand; practice leads you in the right direction, while non-attachment allows you to continue the inner journey without getting sidetracked into the pains and pleasures along the way. I encourage you all to focus on this throughout your yoga classes and make a sincere effort to dissolve fears and rediscover your abilities.

In Love & light,

Nadia

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