Living Your Moksha – Week #2 Challenge – BE ACCESSIBLE

8 May

Okay so Week #1 is over and I would love to say that I was diligent in my eating and daily yoga practice.  Unfortunately, I can’t.  My trip to Montreal this weekend made it too difficult for me to be so disciplined.  With all that Middle Eastern Food I hadn’t had in so long staring at me in the face and being in old Montreal in an Italian restaurant kinda made it hard to resist.  I did manage to practice yoga 5 out of the 7 days but I did dip in to some bread and other packaged food on the train ride!! YIKES!  But it’s okay…I don’t beat myself up over it.  Today is a new day and the beginning of a new challenge so here we go…

Today marks the beginning of Week #2 challenge.  BE ACCESSIBLE.

What does that mean?

Yoga’s benefits are limitless and accessible to all.  Those who practice yoga are aware of this.  We need to make others aware.

At Moksha Yoga, they believe that everyone can have access to yoga and everyone can walk into a Moksha studio and know right away that they belong – all religions, body types, injured bodies, all political views, crazy yoga outfits – you name it, you’re welcome!   They create this accessible experience by using clear language to explain yoga, and clear modifications for both absolute beginners and seasoned practitioners. Whether you’re a tree-hugging vegan or a corporate Type-A, they want you to feel like you’ve walked into your yoga-home.  Simple as that.

The challenge = learn about and practice active listening to be accessible to friends and family
Supersize challenge = read up on non-violent communication

 

Have a fit and fabulous day!

Lisa

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