Fluctuation Happens: The Yoga of Doubt

“Yoga is bullshit.” I realized not long ago that some part of me felt that way. I wasn’t consciously thinking that of course. But I had noticed that my “yoga practice” had fallen off precipitously. Even though I had been practicing for over fifteen years and teaching for a decade, suddenly I wasn’t doing any asana, kriya, or pranayama. I was still meditating every morning for 30 minutes but I had even stopped doing puja…




Thoughts on Yoga, in the broadest sense of that term

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Chad Woodford

Chad Woodford

Yoga & meditation teacher, lawyer, writer. Tweeting @chd (law & tech policy) and @holotropicyoga. Yoga at elemental.yoga

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