An interview by Tessy Ades for the “Asociacion Mexicana de Yoga Iyengar” (with Spanish translation).
Toward Eyal’s online workshop in Canada at July 2020, Deanna Oliphant (from the Iyengar Yoga center of Calgary, Canada) interviewed Eyal. Deanna asked Eyal about his path in yoga, about his Sadhana (practice) and how can yoga help us to face the current challenges.
Santosha, contentment, or joy, is one of the yogic qualities to be developed and nurtured. Santosha is the second component of Niyama – the disciplinary rules of personal practice that Patanjali provides in the Yoga Sutras. To cultivate contentment and joy, we practice acknowledging the good instead of concentrating on what is missing or what has gone wrong.
From Hebrew: Eleanor Schlesinger The word anitya in Sanskrit means impermanence, passing or transient. In Buddhism, impermanence is one of the three characteristics of reality. Indeed, we all know that […]
We have in yoga a wonderful classification of asanas (poses) that are twists. These poses, when done mindfully, have a refreshing effect on the body and mind. They feel great […]
Here is an issue of the Abhyasa Magazine (published in Austria in the German language) which contains a review of Ohad’s and Eyal’s book: The Psychophysical Lab – Yoga Practice […]