Why a “Yoga Body” is not enough

If you pay any attention to social media – such as Instagram or TikTok, you can see countless displays of beautiful bodies bending, flexing and flowing on a yoga mat.

However this “yoga” in the Western world is vastly different than the yoga that emerged as an experiential science out of India thousands of years ago. And it’s this ancient yogic science that sets forth how you need to proceed to train your mind and open your heart. I explain in this video. 

P.S. If you’re a women of a certain age (like me 😉) I invite you to experiment with going “beyond yoga” this September in Portugal: 7-Day Transformational Retreat for Women Over 50 Learning to Age with Grace and Emotional Resilience.

During this week, I will guide you through a protocol of psilocybin microdosing to go even deeper. If you’re not a woman, you can join us for this one in October… we have a few spots left. 

SUMMER SPECIAL for both: If you’d like to share this experience with a +1 (best bud, your other half, a parent, or adult child), they’ll get $300 off when they register.

2 thoughts on “Why a “Yoga Body” is not enough”

  1. People are discovering how important pranayama is but in my experience it takes time, like months and years, to fully experience. Sat Nam 😮‍💨

  2. Hi David, I agree but I also believe that time can be shortened for serious students who include microdosing. It allows a person to go deeper faster. What do you think?


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