Scott shares how the evolution of Stillpoint has led to developing an inspiring Ashtanga yoga education and teacher training programme.
In this month's post, Scott explores what happens when we fall deep into a yoga or contemplative practice - how we can fall into our breath, away from our identity, and into present moment awareness. As we lean into the space that's created, can we find a new way of seeing ourselves and the world?
Scott contemplates our connection with our yoga practice, sharing how we might begin to understand yoga, how he sees yoga as intimacy and as relationship, and why it's important to practise gratitude in our lives.
Scott considers the intentions we have around our yoga practice and whether these change over time, and shares why he sees yoga as a formal contemplative practice.
Yoga begins with listening. This month, Scott explains why listening to others is at the core of why we practise yoga, and how we can navigate the differences in our own viewpoints with love and compassion for others.
This month Scott invites you to imagine if any part of your life had been different; he explores how skilfully reflecting on the past and stopping to smell the roses in the present moment keeps you on a path to the future.
As we move into the new year, Scott looks back over 2017 and reflects on some of the most popular posts from the Stillpoint Yoga London blog, to help give you a fresh perspective on your yoga practice.
In this month's blog Scott shares his thoughts on cultivating the dual qualities of strength and gentleness and how we can embody both through a regular yoga practice.
In this month's blog post Scott looks at how the many different teachers of the lineage of Ashtanga yoga are sharing the practice today while still honouring the many paths of the one practice.
Scott reflects on the importance of keeping a beginner's mind in order to keep your practice fresh and stay grounded in the present moment.