our intention of moving into stillness. This is one of the three tattvas of Yin Yoga Practice. As explained in Bernie Clark's book, "The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga: The Philosophy and Practice of Yin Yoga", a tattva is the reality of a thing, or its category or principal nature. Sarah Powers offers us three very simple and effective principles for the yin practice: Come into the pose to an appropriate depth; resolve to remain still; hold the pose for time.
So, I wanted to share the second tattva with those practicing with me this week - that of MOVING INTO STILLNESS. And, as luck would have it, I found a very 'cool quote' which
embraces the message I was hoping to share... please check out: