“Grass doesn’t grow faster if you pull it”.
For as long as she can remember, Margriet has been searching for meaning. After many miles on the path of meditation, personal development and yoga, she found the perfect connection of breath, body and mind in Ashtanga Yoga. She has carried out 500+ Ashtanga teacher training hours, 100+ Raja Yoga training hours and completed a children’s yoga teacher training.
In addition, she is a qualified healer, reader and lifecoach. She shares her passion for personal growth and yoga in an enthusiastic, optimistic and humorous way. She teaches Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Early Bird classes, Kirtan & Mantra singing, Meditation and children’s yoga. You can make an appointment with her for a private lesson, life coaching session or a massage. She loves her husband, kids, friends, yoga, reading, cooking, saunas, cats and Asian food.
Triyang Mukha Eka Pada Pascimottanasana – Three Limbs Facing Intense West Stretch Pose
Why do you like this asana / what does it bring you?
Triyang Mukha Eka Pada teaches me patience. It can take a year before both sitting bones stay on the floor. Your ego wants to move into the forward bend, but that is allowed only when both sitting bones touch the ground. And then when you get there and start bending forward, you notice that your sitting bones immediately want to leave the ground again. This asana teaches me again & again that every moment is different, nothing ever stays the same and that I need to focus on what my body is trying to tell me in the present moment.