Read Diana's recent article in Yoga International..
"When I’m working with students to increase mind/body awareness and re-educate their neuromuscular systems, I can’t tell you how many times I hear, “Wow, that’s so subtle. That’s all I have to do?”
We are a society of doers and non-doers, extremists in all capacities. There’s something to the saying that everything in moderation does a body good. In talking about movement, specifically yoga, this concept can be applied in all types of practice. It can be applied in all class levels from the heat-building flow class to the restorative, slow class. It can also be applied at the individual level—the student's need either to push harder or submit to minimal work."