How can you stop doing and simply be? How would you benefit from more stillness in your life? Be inspired by my conversation with Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman Yee on "Being Yoga." Rodney and Collen are two of the most recognizable names in yoga. Rodney cofounded Piedmont Yoga Studio in Oakland, Calif., and has created dozens of DVDs through Gaiam. He is the co-author of Yoga: The Poetry of the Body and Moving Toward Balance. Colleen graduated from the Jivamukti Yoga® teacher training in 1998 and has been teaching ever since. She is owner of Yoga Shanti in Sag Harbor, N.Y. I caught up with them at Omega's 2012 Being Yoga Conference Retreat.
This post is part of "Being Yoga," a series on using yoga to transform your life. Dr. Terri Kennedy interviews some of the most respected yoga teachers in the country. It starts with "7 Ways to Transform your Life... from 7 Expert Yogis."
Check out the entire series in video over the coming weeks:
Peter Sterios on "Going Within"
Beryl Bender Birch on "Being Present"
Cyndi Lee on "Integrating your Self"
Reverend Jaganath Carrera on "Yoga and Spirituality"
Elena Brower on "The Art of Attention"
Masood Ali Khan and Sheela Bringi on "Music and the Spirit"
Be sure to read the conversation with Sharon Gannon on "Yoga, Life and Being Vegan."
Dr. Kennedy is the founder of Ta Yoga, which operated one of the first yoga studios in Harlem. She also served six years on the Board of Yoga Alliance -- which sets the standards for yoga teaching in the U.S. Now, she applies the principles and techniques from yoga to the Power Living coaching process in order to help people have the clarity and energy to reach their highest potential. Check out her coaching services, private yoga training, inspirational products and/or speaking services.
For relaxation right now, try Dr. Kennedy's latest 1-Minute Mini-Escape. For inspiration for your transformation, listen to Watch the Gap. Also, read about Mindfulness as a Path to Sustainability and about The Power of Meditation.
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