Jessica Walden started yoga as a practice to overcome her of exams during her University days. Little did she know it would become a she would follow for life! Today she is one of the most renowned instructors in America. She Ashtanga yoga is a physically demanding practice that synchronizes and movement to produce an internal designed to the . It is very helpful for building core and the body.
Taking Humor Seriously
Having cultivated ain agriculture and incorporating yoga practices in her life, Jessica Walden is an ideal example of organic living. Jessica believes that the beauty of her lies in what she preaches. Organic production and is her passion and she it in her work, her and economic choices, and how she her . Yoga is also her passion and practicing it helps her attain to be her true self. “My choices in life support my practice and my practice supports what I believe in, what I eat, how I am in the ,” she adds.
Yoga is a form of homecoming for her. Yoga helps her resiliently deal with all thatshe has in life. the heaviness and embracing the lightness of life with an added touch of , she claims, can be the best all-time . She takes the humor part seriously! According to Jessica: “What is that there is a lightness to life and that if we can only tap into that lightness, we do not get bogged down by things that can us or make us weak. The more we can at , our situations, and our old ways of perceiving life, the more we can shed the heaviness of life and embrace the lightness. Therefore, it is important to add humor to life, whenever possible.”
Making Sense Of The Senses
Commercialization of yoga has made it just another, making it lose its true . With this in mind, the Motion house recently approached Jessica for a documentary called ‘Yoga Industry’ where they aim to highlight what the of yoga are and how they have morphed in the age of , commercialization and invented ‘ ’ of yoga. It also intends to open up the complex on how to preserve the true integrity of what yoga is and is supposed to represent. The is still working on funding for the documentary but Jessica is hopeful that the funding will come through.
Yoga drives all the negativeaway from her and uses her positive energy to herself in a way that she has no energy left to get about anything at all. The worries – often new and worries – would come during the day, but each morning during practice they would lose their intensity or vanish completely. “It is like having a clean slate every morning!” she exclaims.
About Jessica Walden
Jessica Walden is a renowned yoga instructor in America. She has been practicing yoga for more than past 24 years. Due to her other career and workshops and private instruction.commitments, she teaches Ashtanga yoga selectively and for limited periods of time, including short