Fewer Japanese school children wear corrective lenses than American school children. Yet when the children graduated and went off to college, the difference between the two disappeared. Hmmm . . .
Getting a handle on fear at the dentist. Have you used yoga in a practical way in daily life yourself?
There is a misconception, I think, about the idea of balance. That somehow if we can achieve the right combination of, say, work, family and time for one’s self, we can then remain in that state indefinitely. We think of balance as something we can get to and then just stay there. But even something as… Continue reading A Question of Balance
We start from where we are. We do the best we can today.
We have habits of body that develop over time. We all have them. Some of them are due to ideas about how we should be. For instance, a girl who is taller than her classmates slouches in order to seem shorter. Some of them arise out of a physical constraint: a boy whose left leg… Continue reading Habits of Body