Practice for the Sake of Practice
Why do we practice?
Results Are Not What Matter
All this being said, the results are not unimportant.
Do pay attention to the effects of your practice. There is information to take in, reflect on, and to explore. The learning takes place in tandem with the observations of movement (whatever the movements may be). Bring yourself to practice with a sense of open curiosity and allow spontaneity to be the baseline of practice. Settle into stillness, reset, assess and listen.
Move, reset, observe and repeat, with new perspectives and insight. This is the practice.
About the Author:
Alexandra discovered yoga while she was in search of a connection between movement and spirituality. She’s been teaching since 2004. She’s studied many different forms of yoga and movement. She has a Master’s in behavioral science with a major in psychology. Alexandra loves studying the psychology of movement as well as the many forms of practice and she empowers and guides others to find their paths as well.