Spring 2014 and making space
Making space for 30+ in a large room was easy by rearranging and updating to accommodate students. We've ordered more yoga props for peoples ass-anas and there is enough space for everyone to practice. When I think of the various ways folks who've enrolled found We Are One Flow Yoga TT, it really excites me! To imagine what the ripple will create fills me with so much joy.
We have begun accepting applications for 2015 and already have sign-ups.
We Are One.
Where did the name come from?
To me, that's what life's ALL about.
Inclusion, not exclusion.
It is a knowing that we're all in this together.
Where did that name come from?
It's not something that I invented, obviously. It's something that perhaps emerged in the 1970's-- mainly through the work of teachers who followed Krishnamacarya and his legacy that lives on through K. Pattabhi Jois, Doug Allen, David Williams, Nancy Gilgoff, Roger Cole, and Tim Miller. The free-style vinyasa practices or flow yoga became dominate through the new age culture that existed then and it continues today in our modern yoga practice.
We Are One Flow Yoga