Breathing into the body leads to calmness of mind and a moment of stillness. When coupled with asana, yoga looks like movement into wider shape shifting in space. But these moves are designed to enable perspective shifting while intentional breath and movement relax the mind and open a pathway for a return to source. This quiet moment of healing and rest will not look the same on every yogi.
About Greg Ormson
Dr. Ormson has worked as a speech writer, musician, college professor, journalist, public speaker and campus clergy. He was awarded the 2017 Eastern Iowa Review prize for long form lyric essay for, "Midwest Intimations."
His yoga writing is published in Yoga International, elephant journal, Asana Journal, Do You Yoga, The Yoga Blog, Yogi Times, The Health Orange, Hello Yoga, TribeGrow, Yoganect (November 2017) and Seattle Yoga News.Some of his yoga articles have reached millions of viewers through social media and have been translated and shared in Portuguese, Tamil, and French.
Greg's stories of a healing encounter with yoga are the voice of a regular guy that’s been opened and changed. After six years of practice, Greg trained to be a yoga teacher and now teaches YOGA for BIKERS at Superstition Harley Davidson in Apache Junction, Arizona. He also teaches at Anytime Fitness in Mesa, and by contract. He leads retreats on yoga and the embodiment of spirituality.