Monday, October 17, 2011

Great things about being blind. yoga ignorance is bliss.

I was talking to a friend the other day about yoga classes. I had just come back from my yoga class for blind people. She said that at her yoga class, people worry when the person beside them is more flexible, more able to do perfect yoga poses, stronger, seeming less tired, etc. The great thing about being blind and doing yoga is that you don't look over and compare yourself to anyone else. You just do your own yoga to the best of your ability and you do get better and stronger and have less worry I would imagine. Here's to being blind while doing yoga.


  1. In the west, the term "yoga" is usually associated with the practice of Yoga asana - physical movements & poses. Yet asana is just a tiny slice of the entire "pie" that is the Yoga tradition. This article places yoga asana in the larger context of the Six Yogas System of Hatha, Raja, Bhakti, Jnana, Kritya & Karma Yoga.

    Kavinace Calm PRT


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