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.
An ashtanga yoga practice can be strong, dynamic and intense. This month Scott shares how to soften the edges of the practice and to perhaps nurture a more gentle side.
Scott talks about how we meet our practice through intention, how this year we can meet our lives the same way and how the anniversary of the death of a loved one at the beginning of the year has turned into a reminder of the power of life.
Scott reflects on the past year at SYL, meditates on the current political climate and suggests ways to prepare for the new year by cultivating a sense of fierce compassion in our practice.
Scott looks at how, behind the moving and fluctuating of a yoga practice, we are looking to discover a still point. He also shares how his own still point was found through relationship.
Scott shares how a yoga practice brings up many sides to our lives and that we are really working to move through all of these different parts equally: to cultivate the balance of yoga and life.
Scott explains why the breath is at the core of a yoga and contemplative practice and its importance in controlling how we see the world.
Scott shares why developing a personal yoga self practice is a key discipline in shifting your personal perspective and helping you to become a more open and inspired version of yourself.
In the aftermath of the EU referendum, Scott Johnson shares his insights on why it’s more important than ever to practice developing compassion and be able to pause before we act.
Stillpoint Yoga London director Scott Johnson shares his insights into teaching and practising Ashtanga yoga, and why SYL is all about supporting your practice.
We talk to Kia Naddermier of Mysore Yoga Paris about her experiences of teaching Ashtanga yoga, and the effects of the 2015 Paris attacks.