Welcome to Adrian Baker Yoga
Private lessons are the most effective way to learn yoga. One on one a student can much more quickly learn proper techniques about alignment, breathing, and movement, which can be essential for laying a strong foundation for a safe and transformative yoga asana practice. I also offer lessons in both pranayama and meditation. Please contact me via Line, WhatsApp or by Email to schedule an appointment.
A K12 teacher for 5 years and a graduate of the Stanford Teacher Education Program, Adrian is an advocate for yoga and mindfulness in schools. Developing Emotional Intelligence is particularly critical during the developmental time period of adolescence, which is precisely why contemplative practices such as yoga and mindfulness can so deeply enrich the lives of students.
Our Genetic Conditioning: The Negativity Bias of the Brain Evolution has built this negativity bias into our brains to help us survive, but this genetic programming isn’t such an ideal trait for predisposing us towards happiness. On top of that common layer affecting all members of the human race, modern Western values and lifestyles adds … Continue reading Life is not a problem to be solved: Part 2
This is the first of two posts that comprise “Life is not a problem to be solved.” “Life is not a problem to be solved, but a mystery to be lived.” -Joseph Campbell Here’s one powerful intention that has changed my life: reminding myself to experience life not as a problem to be solved, but … Continue reading Life is not a problem to be solved
This post is the second of a pair, and it’s the fourth post in a series of writings on Ayahuasca, Tantra and yoga. “Facts are verified; myths are interpreted.” –Douglas Brooks, Scholar of Indian Religions When I started working with Ayahuasca, the Goddess traditions of Tantra came alive for me. This happened on several levels. … Continue reading Reimagining The Divine: Part Two
This post is the first of a pair, both of which are part of a series on Ayahuasca, yoga and Nondual Shaiva Tantra. “The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” –William Butler Yeats Since adolescence I have not been a big fan of organized religion. From my … Continue reading Reimagining The Divine: Part One