Globetrotting yoga teacher Gernot Huber brings to light movement patterns that keep our yoga practice from reaching its full potential. Yoga master T.K.V. Desikachar is quoted as saying that our yoga practice should be smarter than our habits.
Even committed simplification devotees wrestle with translating the impulse to unscramble our yoga and meditation practice — and then our daily lives — without overlaying another filter of new-age-y mystery and complexity on top of it in the process. Or buying another self-help book.