Show Notes Podcast 4:
Jorge involved with Teacher Training in August
Back in Los Angeles —-Sept. 2013
David Lynch – Teacher Training – YogaWorks.
Palm Springs Yoga Retreat
Oct 17 – 20
Thursday – Sunday
Morning practice – Friday, Jorge Cooking , Detox practice, Bodyworker available
More info: email@example.com
yogic perspective – every pose should have a certain ease and intensity
Warrior #1 as a example
BREATH as a measurement. No calm.
What is the appropriate level of intensity ? We default to our personality. Some might have too much intensity and others with too little intensity.
Different levels of performance – Past your point of comfort
two questions – Intention and Body Types.
In West – The intention and intensity are the same
For example – specific tasks – intention helps the gauge intensity.
Yoga – Heat and pressure to purify the body. —-
Be aware when intensity is BECOMING “Judgemental”
“Negative Play “ –Intensity overwhemling.
Addiction – Rajas – Applies to work.
A DISCHARGE is needed.
Calm them down…..
Took Jorge 18 months to fully discharge
Easier in Rajas to calm them down
Harder to bring people up.
Need enough fire to bring them up.
What is the appropriate level for YOU.
Review the process.
Check in with your breath . Mirror
Attracted to Caffine and Sugar
Endurance workouts: require patience and commitment so that intensity can be sustained
Is competition a good stimulant for intensity? How does this translate into a successful realization of your good or activity?
Does too much intensity lead to burn-out? yes!!! So why do we think more intensity is better for workouts and staying healthy?
Is intensity addictive? Yes! in yogic terms this type of energy is called rajas: it’s explosive, heating, expansive.
tamas – lazy
Balancing – Rajas and Tamas
Sympathic (Fight or Flight) – Digestion stops Adreline vs. Para-Sympathic (Linked to breath, longer the breath , calm, digestion is steady, recovery
It should be noted that individuals in the west often need a discharge in order to cope with current levels of stress and emotional backup.
What happens when you get burned out? Depression, fatigue, exhaustion?
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