NYC yoga teacher meets his own practice on the mat while walking his talk and creating a new (commercial, sure -- but not out to intimidate/show off to/cross-promote live workshops to dvd users, but to actually TEACH the newbie and perennial beginner actual vinyasa yoga ...imho)
"In that second shoot I genuinely had a practice for myself, as I do daily, with virtually no regard for the camera. And the difference was palpable. There was a sense of privacy and intimacy and timelessness. Only through a combination of happen-stance and my personal needs in that moment, was I actually able to let go of the self-consciousness that usually comes with picture taking and engage the soul of my practice. "
for the rest of the article:yogijbrown.com/2013/10/unbearable-sweetnes
and for what he went through during self-instruction with his own DVD www.yogacitynyc.com/articles/WeeklyDetails
The only other time I read anything by a yoga teacher who practiced to their own work (minus too much of the self-awareness without self-deprecation - SO unnecessary imho) was in the last chapter of Cyndi Lee's book May I Be Happy ...
Edited by: TINIERTINA at: 12/10/2013 (13:19)
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