Tim Miller basks in the afterglow of the Ashtanga Yoga Confluence

Here’s your first-hand set of reflections from the 2014 Ashtanga Yoga Confluence, via Tim Miller:

At that moment I was reminded that the Confluence was all about Guruji—that none of us would be there without him. I asked Manju to lead the invocation the first day so we could all hear the proper pronunciation of the Sanskrit. Richard Freeman was teaching a guided class next door and was brilliant, as always, drawing huge numbers to his classes. All of the other teachers were amazed to hear that Richard completed the entire primary series in an hour and fort-five minutes—he has been known for his meticulous and metaphorical style of teaching and slow pacing. 

Click on over to find out what that moment was, and remember, today’s a Moon Day.

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Two Ashtangis write about their practice and their teachers.

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