Cruikshank often speaks about the potential of yoga to be therapeutic — even medicinal.
The problem is, “Yoga therapeutics has become very cookie cutter,” says Cruikshank.
Stephanie Wang, a New York City-based yoga teacher, says her teaching has changed as a result of training with Cruikshank.
Some may wonder — and worry — that Cruikshank is advocating for yoga teachers to start diagnosing their patients.
“Regularity is more important than duration so that it integrates into the mind and body,” says Cruikshank.
We know what the noblest study of mankind is, and to this Mr. Cruikshank has confined himself.
Mr. Cruikshank maintains that you write the best Latin since Buchanan.
In these latter careful etchings the power of Cruikshank to inform a puppet with life, and keep it wooden still, is conspicuous.
Cruikshank was always p. 401inexhaustible in jokes, anecdotes, and reminiscences.
Hearing his laughter we know that Cruikshank's humour about woman must always be obvious.