Yama is yoga’s Social ethics, how we practice to get along with each other.
Michael Stone‘s way of looking at these . . .
Ahimsa: recognizing that I am not separate from all that is. Non-violence
Satya: listening, acting and speaking from the heart in each spontaneous circumstance. Truthfulness
Asteya: being satisfied with what I have; not taking what is not freely given. Non-stealing
Brahmacharya: encountering all creatures with respect and dignity; wise use of sexual energy. Continence
Aparigraha: using all the ingredients of my life without clinging. Non-possessiveness
How is your asana practice reflecting your yama? How is your yama out in the world reflecting your yoga?
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Upcoming Events & On-Going Classes
SATURDAY, 27th APRIL
12noon to 4pm
Tarot with Meliana at Horton Vineyards Wizarding Winery
FRIDAY, 10th MAY
6 to 9pm
Tarot with Meliana at Historic Manassas Mystic Moondust
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS, 11th MAY to 9th JUNE
10am to 5pm
Tarot with Meliana at the Virginia Renaissance Faire
You can drop in at any of my yoga classes, other than Wednesday mornings (which requires a monthly sign-up). And, yes, I am available for private individual and group yoga sessions.
5-6pm Yoga at Paynes Chapel Ridgeway Community Hall, Ridgeway, WV 304.229.5220 for info
9:45-10:45am Yoga at Berkeley 2000 Sports Center Turning Pointe Dance Studio
4-5pm Yoga at Mill Creek Intermediate School
6-7pm Yoga at Paynes Chapel Ridgeway Community Hall, Ridgeway, WV 304.229.5220 for info