Do you ever feel like you have knots or maybe even chains tied around your heart?
Was your heart broken? Were you stabbed in the back? Are you trying to protect yourself from being hurt again?
What is that protection doing for you? Is it helping you? Or is it strangling your heart? The more you try to protect, the tighter those knots become, right? Are those knots getting squeezed so tight that it feels hard to breath? Hard to eat? Hard to digest?
Is there a way out?
Yoga for the Heart.
I’ve been there. I had my heart stabbed and broken. I felt stuck in chains, tangled in knots, and isolated from desperately protecting myself. And now I know love, compassion, joy, and courage.
It was through abiding with the Buddhist heart practices of loving kindness, compassion, equanimity and joy that I was able to take time to unwind the knots around my heart, feel sorrow and grief melt away, and find courage to live from a place of wholeheartedness again.
This practice, yoga for the heart, allows you to embody the felt sense of these meditative practices of loving kindness, compassion, equanimity and joy through yoga asana to cultivate a courageous heart and untangle the knots in your life.
Please join me live this month in my zoom classes to explore these practices one at a time. Or let me by your guide on a self guided 5 week journey to cultivate a courageous fearless heart with my course “Yoga For The Heart.”