The Importance of Kula
Darren Rhodes of Yoga Oasis talks about coming together as a community and the importance of kula in yoga practice. "Being in such a big powerful energy, reminds me that I am not alone" Darren says.
To me, this really shows and says that yoga can and should be for everyone. Whether the community is 2 people or 20, I know when I practice, it feels good to have a full community with me and go through all of the motions together. I also think that kula can relate to music as well. Nothing feels better then when I am seeing my favorite musician with many people around me who share the same passion.
At Wanderlust, it is a blissful and powerful thing to see hundreds and thousands of people practicing all together. Is kula important to you? Do you like practicing with others, or alone?