In this article Eyal demonstrates how the Kleshas (afflictions) and the Vrittis (movements of the consciousness) are connected and how to encounter these connections in our practice.
The new book “Yoga in Nature” stems from the long fascination of the authors with practicing yoga outdoors, in the open air, in natural surroundings. In this book, they share their many years of experience in practicing on the beach, and during hikes in mountains and forests.
Yoga is globally considered to be a very helpful tool when it comes to improving overall health. According to research from the University of Calgary, yoga practice can improve physical […]
In May 2022, I conducted a 10-days retreat in Bab-Zounia, near Marrakesh, Morocco. Bab Zouina (the door of beauty) is the vision of Karim Zein. Karim has built this place […]
How These Recommendations Came About? Shepherd is a site that contains recommendations about books about a variety of domains. The recommendations are given by experts that wrote books in a […]
In this post, I share recommended resources that I find on the net, which in my opinion are useful for the yoga student. From the classic ‘Yoga Sutras of Patanjali’ […]
Introduction This is the first, in a sequence of three articles about the historical and cultural background of yoga. In this part, we start from the early period and trace […]
I have always been attracted to yoga and the wonderful stories about the yogis. When I was in fourth grade and we were learning about India, I taught myself to […]
A common question I often get asked by students is: “What is the right distance for the limbs in downward facing dog”? They seem to be unsure about the correct […]
In Śīrṣāsana (Headstand) one doesn’t see much of one’s body, only the elbows can be seen. Many of us have asymmetries in the arms, shoulders, and upper back, and this may cause our Śīrṣāsana to be misaligned. Eyal shows how to use a wall corner to check and correct the alignment of the pose.
Eyal Shifroni shares his experience in practicing in nature and explains how to use the sand at the beach, the rocks in the mountains and the trees in the forest as props for yoga.
Persisting in self-practice over time is not an easy task – it requires self-discipline and perseverance, but also continued inspiration.
In this article, Eyal offers three reflections that may help you to stay inspired and to keep your motivation to practice unshakeable.