Find the Deeper Meaning of Ahimsa Through a Pigeon Pose Mini-Practice

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When it comes to yoga philosophy, you may believe you have the concept of ahimsa (non-harming) covered. After all, odds are you aren’t physically violent. But the ways you harm yourself (or others) can be subtle, and it can be simply take place with a fleeting thought.

Here, Rina Jakubowicz—yoga teacher, author, and creator of YJ’s new class series, Empowered Vinyasa—leads you through a brief talk and Pigeon Pose mini-practice to help you recognize the deeper meaning of ahimsa.

See also Cultivate Contentment with a Simple Leg-Balancing Practice.

Feel like you’ve lost your sense of Self in the noise of social media or societal expectations? It’s time to get on the mat and reclaim who you are. Join author and yoga teacher Rina Jakubowicz for Empowered Vinyasa: Journey to Your Highest Self, a series of 10 yoga classes and companion dharma talks that zero in on principles of yoga philosophy—from The Bhagavad Gita and the Hindu spiritual tradition Vedanta—that are essential to self-exploration. Sign up today!

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