Some habits are for survival, some are luxurious, & some habits are just plain bad. Rodney shows you that yoga can be a habit that enriches your human experience, a discipline that pays you back for the time & effort you commit to its practice.
The gift of practicing restorative poses is sometimes too scarce in most yoga practices. It can be perplexing to give yourself permission to restore, which in a sense, can feel like admitting you are defeated. Rodney arranges a way for you to give in.
How can yoga help you with your relationship to food? Mindfulness is the key, training for awareness through gratitude. Rodney helps you center in poses that connect your mind & body as practice for those moments before, during, & after a nourishing meal.
A great sage once said that enlightenment feels like space in the joints. With over 300 joints in your body, learning how to fluid, spacious, and rhythmic in each will allow you to live life with ease, adapting and receiving moments as they come.