Russell Comstock: Through a yoga practice, we become more sensitized to the conditions of our own body because we’re more conscious in breathing, we’re paying attention to sensations, we’re moving in ways that open up new areas of the body, and in that process it’s very practical and very accessible. In the U.S., the yoga of postures is very, very popular. So that being the doorway, the portal opens us to the opportunity to start paying attention to oh not only my body, but perhaps my partner or my environment, my house, my children, my animals. It just naturally lends itself to the possibility of spiraling into larger and larger circles.
Jane Lanza: What are some simple changes or actions we could take to have a more green yoga practice? I roll out my plastic mat with my plastic water bottle, my fluorescent lights hypothetically. Do you have any simple, affordable suggestions for getting back to nature or literally taking our practice outside? I know it’s winter in many places now. But how can we have a more green sadhana or yoga practice even or life?
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