Loving Kindness Yoga
Loving Kindness Yoga School
Carrboro's only devotion-focused, donation-based yoga space.
Stretch your body and open your heart.
Join Ti Harmony, Heather, Chrysecolla, and Nicole with fellow community members for yoga classes & events offered weekly.
First class is free!
~~कारुण्य योग अवसथ~~
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“Looking at resistance can reveal the nature of mind, for what we are resisting is often the very thing we say we want.” -Joel Kramer The past month plus in class, the topic of the reading has been resistance (under … Continue reading
“I love you. I love you. I love you.” – you to some part of you (or you to someone else) “It works best if you DO it.” -a student It’s December and as many of you know, this is … Continue reading
Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras II.3: The lack of awareness of Reality, the sense of egoism or “I-am-ness”, attractions and repulsions toward objects and the strong desire for life are the great afflictions or causes of all miseries. (Taimni’s translation) The Sanskrit … Continue reading
December is the month when in classes I lead the practice of “I Love You, I Love You, I Love You” i.e. saying that silently inside (or outside) to whatever (or whoever) is getting your attention at the moment. What … Continue reading
I wrote last time about doing good and it’s effects in the world, inspired by some of Amma’s guidance and teachings in November in Detroit. Toward the end of her answer to the question posed about what we can do … Continue reading
On the retreat with Amma in Detroit this past November, there was a Question and Answer session. A woman asked her, “What guidance can you give us to stop the violence in the world and to make the world more … Continue reading
When we were with Amma recently, and for the past year, at the end of the talks and meditations, she has said, “At this time Nature and human minds are equally agitated.” Sounds true, right? She continues saying that Grace … Continue reading
Part of the point of kirtan (or meditation or Yoga) is to transform our consciousness from being preoccupied with the little self, or even our preoccupation with our little ideas about God, to an awakening of a bigger Self or … Continue reading
I had a conversation a few weeks ago with one of Bodhi’s, our oldest son’s, friends from taekwondo. His family is fundamentalist Christian and is good friends of our family. We were talking about religion and our beliefs and views, … Continue reading