There’s a common misconception about Yoga, that you have to be flexible and strong before you can start to practice. That’s not true. As one of my good friends is fond of saying, “Anyone that can breathe can do Yoga.” If you practice Yoga, you will get flexible and strong. Not only in body but also in mind and so much more.

Yoga can be seen as the union of thought, speech and action. Or as the Sanskrit Mantra goes, “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu” which expands on this idea and can be translated to mean, “May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”

Yoga is for everyone. Regardless of race, age, nationality, sexual orientation, skill level, gender, or even species. Which is why we say at Nomad Yoga we are, “Turning Foreigners Into Family.” We are all human, but we are all also a little “foreign.”

We at Nomad Yoga appreciate the subtle differences that makes us all beautiful in our own unique way. If you have any questions or are not sure if you are able to participate in any of our programs, don’t hesitate to write.

As one of my teachers in India once said, “Try and it comes, if you don’t try it doesn’t come.” Or as I like to say, one thing is for sure to happen if you never try. Nothing. 

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