Swami Balendu tells yoga teachers – and every other reader in general – to make things easy instead of difficult. It will help them as well as their students and people around them.
Swami Balendu tells why he and his family normally don’t use the Sanskrit terms for yoga poses when teaching yoga. Read their reasons here.
Swami Balendu discusses the question whether yoga teachers should correct students directly with words or touch. Read his reasons why he generally discourages both.
Swami Balendu explains the similarity in between buying milk and yoga – both have made a big change from earlier times to now!
Swami Balendu tells about the fundraising efforts for new yoga mats and yoga dresses for the children of their charity school.
Swami Balendu writes about an article that states yoga as a reason for people having sex with many different people.
Swami Ji writes about the idea of holding yoga postures for long times such as half hours. Read why he does not approve of this kind of yoga practice.
Again Swami Ji answers the question ‘what is yoga’, this time with a metaphor. Read about Vedanta Philosophy and the basic principle you are that!
Swami Ji writes about traditions that ask yoga teachers and students to wear white, yellow or orange clothes, turbans or socks and how it seems so unnecessary for doing yoga.
Swami Ji writes about the differences in between living or being in yoga and merely doing yoga and counting the hours of yoga practice.