Scott explores how being a father and wanting the best for his family helps him to observe and trust in himself and mimics the growth of his personal spiritual practice. Seeing that this is the hope we perhaps want for our own practice and the world.
Yoga, contemplative practice, people and community. These are what we are passionate about, that move us, that keep us doing what we are doing and that makes SYL what it is. Our blog is a reflection of how we share here at SYL, the people we meet, who we invite to teach and importantly what we see as important in directing our awareness to see how we move in the world. What is a yoga studio if not somewhere you can let go from the world, find a part of you that can be nurtured and then work on that in daily life. Our articles reflect this. Hopefully some of these words resonate.
In Scott’s latest post he explores how yoga practice not only benefits our own personal view of the world but how we can connect with others and see their viewpoint too. Even when things feel unstable…
After a year of writing the Stillpoint Yoga London blog, Scott shares how this has opened up a new found creativity that he hasn’t touched in decades and how writing stems from practice – yoga practice.
Scott interviews Anthony ‘Prem’ Carlisi about the early days of ashtanga yoga, practising with Guruji, how the practice has changed over the years, dealing with grief and a commitment to keeping the ashtanga research alive.
Scott shares, through one practitioner’s journey, how important our breath can be in making realisations about our yoga practice, and how it can help us to cultivate more kindness both to ourselves and others.