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    • Leslie Kaminoff: “If you can make even a tiny bit of positive change in something you do a lot of (breathing, walking), that’s a lot of positive change.”
    • T.K.V. Desikachar: “Yoga is relationship.”
    • T.K.V. Desikachar: “The success of Yoga does not lie in the ability to perform postures but in how it positively changes the way we live our life and our relationships.”
    • Leslie Kaminoff: “Flexibility without strength is instability. Strength without flexibility is rigidity.”
    • T.K.V. Desikachar: “Your yoga practice must always be a little more clever than your habits (tapas).”
    • T.K.V. Desikachar: “The recognition of confusion is a form of clarity.”
    • Leslie Kaminoff: “The benefit of learning a new breathing technique is unlearning your old way of breathing.”
    • Leslie Kaminoff: “Breath is the great teacher of tapassvadhyayaisvarapranidhanaTapas refers to that which you can change; isvarapranidhana relates to the stuff you can’t change; svadhyaya refers to self-reflection, the introspection that allows us to distinguish one from the other.”
    • Leslie Kaminoff: “Surrender is an act of will.”



Should We Keep Mula Bandha All The Time?

Have you heard advice about maintaining mula bandha all the time? Have you heard advice about maintaining any body position all the time? Join Leslie and students as they examine well-meaning advice, habits, and practices you can follow to honor the balance into your system.

What is Flexibility, and How Much Do We Really Need?

Do you do yoga to live a better life, or do you live to do better yoga? Your answer may surprise you, and it will help you learn where to set healthy limits in your own practice.

Honesty in Yoga Credentialing

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