Opening to Grace isn’t always about attuning to the Highest and finding peace. It’s about being human and recognizing that your feelings and reactions are yours to deal with; a source of empowerment. I’m not talking about venting on your social media channel.
I have found that a regular and consistent yoga practice, along with cardiovascular activity several times a week, is the best prevention for migraines. Experiment with these poses and see what works best for you!
When you look at your pain as a powerful teacher, it can inspire the introspection necessary to uncover the hidden lesson that will lead you back to the path of peace and harmony. The ancient Sage Patanjali called this Tapas.
In 16 years of teaching yoga I have seen pretty much all the initial reasons people decide to try a yoga class. Everything from reducing pain and healing injury, soothing the soul going through a divorce, calming work related stress, creating flexibility or obtaining “the yoga butt."