A Crack in the Mask: The Felt Sense Method

Foreword It is very important for a woman to “feel” her body. Even though a woman who practices yoga postures may have a flexible body, she may still have the tendency to hold her body postures incorrectly. This disturbs her organic body. She needs to know the subtle and finer adjustments not only while practicing asanas and pranayamas, but also while walking, talking, standing, sitting, breathing. If fact, when the asanas and pranayamas are done with accuracy in both “doing the posture correctly” as well as “feeling the body,” the mudras and bondhas happen naturally. Jaki Nett brings these same ideas to you in her book, so that even the non-yoga practitioner can understand and adopt her Felt Sense Method exercises and yoga asanas. Women who are not familiar with yoga should also practice the asanas mentioned in her book, since it will be of help in making them sensitive to “feeling their inner body as well as their outer body.” Geeta S. Iyengar November 28, 2007

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