In Rasa Yoga, we hold a triadic vision for the creation of each practice or class. This really came from an interview when someone asked me what I do personally when I practice and I explained that in each practice, I always include Invocation, E..
In Rasa Yoga, we cultivate this harmony through the cultivation of both Fire and Nectar practices.
In the yoga tradition, Agni is the god of fire, transformation, deep passion, and everything that ignites and activates us. Soma is the deity of..
(inspired by the crucible of this time, heated by fire and stoked by wind)
By: Jennifer Marie Lane
Burn how you will burn.
Take what you will take.
Blow how you will blow.
Teach how you will teach.
And we will learn as you burn.
Dharma is a Sanskrit word that means to live in a way that sustains, nurtures and grows your Being. The root of dharma, is dhr – “to uphold” or “support.” Sometimes translated as “duty” or “Divine life purpose”, dharma is about creating integrity..
Now that you learned a little about Ganesh and the power of turning your obstacles into opportunities, let’s dive deeper into how to set meaningful intention and purpose in your life.
Sankalpa is the root intention for practice, teaching and l..