January 2018 - Inner Revolution Yoga Studio

In the practice of Buddhism we practice becoming bodhisattva. This process is about finding our highest self and living from the heart. In Buddhism, Bodhisattva (/ˌboʊdɪˈsʌtvə/ BOH-dih-SUT-və) is the Sanskrit term for anyone who, motivated by great compassion, has generated Bodhicitta, which is a spontaneous wish and a compassionate mind to attain Buddhahood for the benefit of […]

January 31, 2018

In the practice of Buddhism we practice becoming bodhisattva. This process is about finding our highest self and living from the heart. In Buddhism, Bodhisattva (/ˌboʊdɪˈsʌtvə/ BOH-dih-SUT-və) is the Sanskrit term for anyone who, motivated by great compassion, has generated Bodhicitta, which is a spontaneous wish and a compassionate mind to attain Buddhahood for the benefit of all sentient beings (taken from Wikpieda).

During this practice back to our heart we find we may be blown off our path. These 4 winds can be a powerful tool for change when we can recognize we are be blown off centre. The 4 founds come in pairs of opposites. Either way the wind blows it moves us towards one end of the spectrum.

The 4 winds:

Pain-Pleasure

Blame-Praise

Shame-Fame

Loss-Gain



January 29, 2018

There are many doors you will walk through before you meet your soul. You will loose it and find it again. It is always calling you to your higher self. It is evolving vibrational with each thought you create.

Your soul echoes your highest self

Your soul is etnernal

Your soul is light

Your soul is your highest self’s eternal light.



January 26, 2018

Being barefoot helps create grounding. When we walk mindfully spreading the toes begin to notice the space in-between your toes. Like reading between the lines we find an new openness in our physical body. When we spread our toes we correct our posture. From the ground up we begin to open and expand.



January 25, 2018

Walking wondering willing. We are open to receive expand and explore. Our gifts our meant to be shared with each other in our highest vibration. Love and connection come together in creative space and conciseness forever flowing with ease and vibration from the heart. Let go of ego and embrace the sat nam of your highest inner being. That is you. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam.



January 25, 2018

In the ancient traditions of tantra yoga Shakti and Shiva are the key energetic figures that are creation. Shakti represents the female energy of creative space. Shiva represents the male energy of conciseness.  Together their ebb and flow through the yin and yang of their playground becomes a dance of creation to explore.

Meditation upon this space can bring about of spontaneous song, dance and feelings of peacefulness and ease.

 



January 23, 2018

This meditation has been our motivation for the last year. Hearing the words and repeating the mantra “Finding my highest self” and “Choosing my highest thougths” has began an exponential transformation. A love affair between creative space and conciouness.

 

A 20 min meditation practice. With love and gratitude for your creative space and conciseness.



January 22, 2018

Awareness and creative space gives rise to pure vibrations of creation. When we flirt and flow with the vibrations in these spaces we began to evolve and expand into extraordinary transformation.



January 19, 2018

Currently we are super motivated by some of our instructors. What I love about running a yoga studio is that I am inspired everyday by the guides that we have. When I hear stories of how yoga has changed their lives and see their passion to share this with others. This is what creates inspiration for me.

One instructor in particular right now is growing and expanding so much. She is using her teaching from India and trying new ideas to help a group of people shift into a higher vibration. She is moving out of her comfort zone and staying true to herself allowing her to be an exceptional yoga teacher.

 



January 18, 2018

What is the meaning of this word that is used in every yoga class?  Namaste, translated roughly, it means “I bow to the God within you”, or “The Spirit within me salutes the Spirit in you” – a knowing that we are all made from the same One Divine Consciousness.

This greeting is usually done at the end of every yoga practice with a bow towards yourself, towards others and towards the teacher. There are 3 places we can rest our hands while we bow. The first most common will be at our hearts centre in a prayer position. This represents the love and compassion for oneself and the connection to your higher self or GOD. The second hand position is prayer hands at your third eye point or middle of your fore head. This space represents the connection to your intuition and flow of energy. The third hand position again in prayer hands can be at your mouth. This represents the connection to speaking the truth.

Another way we connect to these three spaces:

  1. Third Eye point: I see the truth
  2. Mouth: I speak the truth
  3. Heart: I am the truth