My body feels different. My body looks different. Looking at it, it’s a whole new terrain. Moving inside it, there are new patterns, where there was firmness, there is now softness. Where there was strength, there is now a memory. But this is my body. It is strong, it is feminine, it is powerful, it […]
Sandra Wang is a yoga teacher and mother of three children ranging from baby to school aged. She writes at The Yoga Parent (theyogaparent.com) where she is creating a dialogue about what it means to take the practices of yoga into your life as a parent. Her writing discusses how yoga can be used as a tool to relate to your children and your family in a conscious way. Sandra has practiced and taught yoga for 14 years, including studying with some of Australia's most well regarded teachers and taking an apprenticeship in the Ashtanga method. She also holds a degree in Psychology which informs the way she views the philosophy of yoga. Having practiced yoga through pregnancy, birth and raising three young children, she has a very personal relationship with how yoga can impact the life of a parent.