Be Here Now
As a culture, we tend to value multitasking and staying busy. But the practice of yoga provides us with an opportunity to reduce this dissipation of our energies. While practicing, notice if your attention wanders out of your body and into a dialogue about your experience, which detracts from the experience itself. Instead, let yourself feel your practice more potently by keeping your attention vigilantly focused on sensation. There is no right, wrong, good, or bad—these are your mind’s stories. Strengthening the muscle of attention will deepen your practice and spill over into all areas of your life in beautiful ways.
About Our Pro
Model and teacher Jodi Blumstein has been a devoted student of Ashtanga Yoga since 1994. In 1998, she opened the first Ashtanga Yoga school in Chicago, and for the past 11 years, she has been teaching the practice at YogaWorks Center for Yoga in Los Angeles. To learn more, visit jodiblumstein.com or check out her classes at yogaglo.com.