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bram
When Bram Levinson found yoga in the late 1990s, he knew he had found his path. His first teacher was Joan Ruvinsky (who had worked with Richard Miller to create iREST). “I was inspired, explored Hindu mythology, different disciplines of More
guru
One of the persistent themes we’ve addressed on yogamontreal since beginning in 2002 is eclectic practice: the approach to yoga that goes to many teachers, many different systems. I recently had the opportunity to interview Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the guru who heads the vast More
body
How do you learn what is happening to the body during yoga postures? In recent years a flurry of new books has come out to help yoga teachers and students understand and visualize the dynamics and effects of each yoga posture. Perhaps the clearest and More
Too many names of god, Cosmologies divergent! Still, in this thing convergent: I Say it’s so. Too many names and tales! Enough to say I am. And be convincing. The universe So vast to know No certainty is true It's ours to sail across the sea of stars to know it better It's ours to peel our selves away Till I am is enough And More