The Mangala mantra is a powerful prayer that directs our focus outwards, in particular, asking that the leaders of the world protect the earth and rule justly. In this age of environmental and political crisis I can’t think of a chant that we need more!
The first thing you’re faced with when you start the practice of Ashtanga Yoga, is the weird tongue twisting chant at the beginning of class. Here’s an MP3 of the chant for you to download and a PDF with phonetic transcription and translation. Happy chanting!
Starting on Monday 31/03 I’ll be teaching early morning Mysore classes from 7am – 9am upstairs at the Mad Hatter’s Cafe. Both new and experienced practitioners are welcome. This post aims to give you an idea of what to expect particularly if you’re new Ashtanga Yoga.
2014 brings big unexpected changes for me as I shut down zero G media, set up a new business with Leia and set out to start teaching morning Mysore classes, 3 times/week. Where did all this change come from?
Michael Stone was in London last week and we attended a screening and Q&A of Ian Mackenzie’s new film, Reactor – Lessons of Fukushima. The film is beautifully shot and feels incomplete, like an unfinished story…
Michael’s recent visit to London and the screening of his latest film prompted me to stumble across this inspiring talk of his at TEDx Toronto 2013