This week in my classes we are exploring the meaning of SANTOSHA. One of the niyamas, or yogic observances, SANTOSHA, in a nutshell, means contentment or acceptance of where you are and what you have. Personally, I have been struggle bussing it really hard in my #questforthepress. It’s been driving me nuts, and I’ve been allowing myself to get to that place of frustration. For what, really? Toe levitation? Who actually cares, right? I know this. Logically. But I can’t stop obsessing over nailing it. Whenever I hit road blocks like this in my asana practice, I typically turn to the sutras and try to teach myself a lesson. So, this week it is SANTOSHA. It is being ok with where I am on my journey with yoga because there is a purpose and a reason for every self imposed success or failure on my mat. What do you struggle with? Can you find compassion with yourself to let it go and be ok with where you are? Join me this week, either physically in studio or just in your heart and use this idea of SANTOSHA.