An Introduction to Intersections in Ashtanga Yoga
What does it mean to unlearn? It’s important to understand what these words mean and how the language we’re using changes and evolves with the needs of our society. It isn’t easy to rewire our brains to think differently about ourselves and our history, but it’s a process many yoga practitioners are familiar with.
Sitting with the uncomfortable, re-learning what we think we know about our minds and our bodies, these are all elements of our yoga practice. Just as you practice holding yourself accountable on the yoga mat, you must practice holding yourself accountable for the role you play in your community.
The process of unlearning is never done, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t making progress. We can sustain the positive changes we’ve been making, but the work is never over. You just have to learn a different way of measuring your success.
If you want to learn how to start the unlearning process, get in touch with Ro online at UNLRNPRJCT.com or email them at Ro@unlrnprjct.com. Don’t miss our Ashtanga Intersections discussion panel LIVE on Omstars on January 16th at 10am-12pm EST. Sign up at Omstars.com & use code: PODCAST to get a free 30-day membership. Keep up with us online @omstarsofficial.