It's About Feeling Good

October 18, 2010

Unlike other measured workouts, where we count the number of reps or miles run, at the end of our yoga practice, we talk about how good we feel, not how many postures we have practiced today. The longer the holding times, the more delicious the stretch, greater the endorphin release, and higher the rush. Especially as we age, there really is no comparison for the steadying effect that a dizzying yoga practice brings to our daily life. So don’t just move – experience the simple joys of safe release; s.t.r.e.t.c.h.

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