Transcendence

Versión en español más abajo. I started my yoga practice when I was 17. Six years after that I started my teacher training program in Chile. It was the first Iyengar Yoga teacher training program in the country and when our master José María Vigar –who was send directly by Mr. Iyengar to initiate the […]

Tadasana awareness.

Being aware of the way we distribute the weight on our feet is very important in all the standing postures and also teach us how to do it when we change and we are on our shoulders, forearms, head and hands. How can you see where you normally put the weight when you are standing? […]

Garudasana: Some technical info.

Garudasana means Eagle posture, it´s also the name of the king of the birds. The vehicle of Visnu. The asana develops the ankles and remove stiffness in the shoulders. This is why it can be effective in cases of “muscle-contraction headaches” because it can release the muscle-tension in critical areas around the neck, shoulders and […]

The Unknown.

For many years, I thought that the unknown was something, a “place”, outside of me. Happily, everything changes. Yesterday, I came back from the 2013 National Iyengar Yoga Convention in Voiron, France. From Friday we were experiencing ourselves through the practice guided by the master of the ceremony: Zubin Zarthoshtimanesh who has been studying with […]

Duality, unity: the same thing.

I always saw myself as a person with many persons inside of me. I always thought that the sensation of being composed by many different and –almost all of the time- irreconcilable parts was something that happened to me only (it´s not that I´m schizophrenic, it´s much more simple –or complex- than that), until I […]