Set Higher Standards by Ravi

Ramblings from a 30-something ultra-marathoning yogi with a day job.

Yoga Strengthens Your Weakest Links

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I recently started practicing yoga asana again after a 9 month hiatus. Life got busy so I spent my time doing things aside from heading to a warm yoga studio to sweat and breath deeply. Over the past few weeks I’ve rolled out my mat several times. I’ve re-discovered how my yoga practice illuminates and challenges my “weakest links.” Right now these weak links are my ability to breath deeply, flex my spine and maintain a steadiness of mind. What I love is that even though I’m challenged now, I know that what is challenged will inevitably react and strengthen.


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Written by Ravi Raman

February 24, 2013 at 7:38 pm

Posted in Yoga

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  1. Hi Ravi! I used to (try to) regularly get to your class at Shakti, and really enjoy your teaching style! I had to Google you to find out where you went! I’m glad you’ve started getting back to yoga–I know it’s hard to balance long-distance run training with any other activity! Any time I’m training for a half marathon I completely lose my yoga, even though I know they are such a great complement to each other!–& I hope you will eventually come back to teaching as well.


    October 30, 2013 at 12:46 pm

  2. please give your yoga schedule with asans name

    and what are your points about suryanamaskar

    Bhavyesh Dutt Vyas

    April 2, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    • Surya Namaskar & Yoga Both Are Totally Different Thing.
      Both Have There Own Way To Perform & There Own Benefits.

      IELTS in Navi Peth

      July 16, 2013 at 5:50 am

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