Sunday, July 12, 2009

Plenty of Laughs...Mix & Match.......

Laughter is medicine for the soul.

Yoga Dawg with Miles Davis

Everyone in the household has been down with colds and flus, so I had to catch it at some point. Good job I'm feeling better today, bed's rest and vitamin c was all I need. Spent some time reading other blogs and have to say I am fully entertained by yogadawg. My favourite was his/her? write up on 'yoga dangers' , the EFFF cracked me up. There are funny images, yoga kit , 1st annual yogadawg yoga conference and so on.

P.S If you are thinking of getting a yoga mat bag, came across this from SantoshaP.P.S If you're thinking of becoming a yoga teacher and you're not sure what yoga books you should be getting, here's a few suggestions....

This book is such a blessing and writes clearly on how each and every muscle is engage in the asanas without getting in depth. It leaves you smiling, not crying not understanding medical jargon.
Another good read up, as a yoga student or teacher, is Light on Yoga by B.K.S Iyengar. It introduces yoga and the philosophy behind it.

P.P.P.S If you are looking for workshops to go to, here's one with Simon Park

7-9 August, Hong Kong - Central
14-16 August, Singapore - Ngee Ann City

Simon Park is an effervescent student of Vinyasa Yoga and Thai Massage. Drawing inspiration from many yogic styles and master teachers, he has developed a truly unique and energetic practice. Simon has taught Yoga and Thai Massage workshops nationwide and assisted extensively with his first teacher Shiva Rea. He has been featured in The New York Times and Yoga Journal for his whimsically wayward twist on ancient practices. Nomadic by nature, he travels the world to celebrate the pulse of the global yoga community.

P.P.P.P.S Have you ever notice if you return an angry face with a smile, the person is either stunned, or is a little less angrier with you?