What is your personal practice? Janet Stone shares her thoughts on Sadhana with Big Happy Day.
Janet Stone shares the importance of Sadhana, or your own daily practice, in this video. While many of us get caught up in doing it the “right” way, she shares that even a meditative walk or morning sun salutations is enough. The importance isn’t on how you do it, but that you are doing something to keep your practice alive everyday. The beauty lies in bringing your life into the practice and bringing the practice into your life… instead of being a separate thing you do, it integrates into the whole of you.
As one of San Francisco’s premier yoga instructors, Janet blends a wealth of knowledge and yoga experience to create a unique, vigorous-yet-sumptuous approach to Vinyasa yoga that effortlessly melds awareness with movement and breath. Her classes are often strong, sweaty, deeply nurturing, full of great music, humor and lots of heart. Based in San Francisco, she also teaches workshops and retreats all over the world, including Bali, Mexico, Malaysia, Costa Rica, and beyond.
Janet surrounds herself with impassioned teachers and she currently follows the teachings of her two young daughters, India and Lilianna, who shed the light on all things profound and wondrous. www.JanetStoneYoga.com
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