In this posting of the Work of the Light, Yoga NoMa owner Julia Romano's occasional writings on this great yoga practice called life, she explores some of motherhood's first lessons. It's hard to know where to fit a contemplative practice in the early months of motherhood. The answer, experience teaches, is everywhere.
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To all you new yogis, nervous to take your place on the mat, read this beautiful, inspirational piece by Reginald Hubbard. Reggie took his very first yoga class with us in 2015, and since then has developed into a yogi of the most exceptional kind. He's full of compassion, dedication, humor, and joyfulness. Seeing him blossom has been a true joy, and an affirmation of why we at Yoga NoMa pledge to bring this practice to all who seek it.
In this posting of "The Work of the Light," Yoga NoMa owner's occasional posting on yoga and life, Julia Romano explores the concept of sankalpa, or "intention," and investigates ways by which the paths of action and intention are partners in the process of seeking change through yoga.