I hope you don't find the title of this blog post offensive--but it's true! Everything I've been working on these days is highly body-oriented.
You might be thinking, "Well of course, Jess! You're a yoga teacher!" And that's true! But believe it or not, to me the yoga asana (postures) are more of a means to an end than an end themselves. And that's not just my opinion. That's in the texts as well. There is no Yoga Sutra that says,
"True happiness will be found in the perfection of a triangle pose."
You WILL find text that says happiness is found in friendliness, compassion, delight, and equanimity though. (Learn more about the "Locks and Keys" to happiness HERE.) These days, however, I'm thinking about these same words and themes as directed towards the body. Better said, towards my body, or you towards your body.
Considering our body as an entity worthy of loving attention, rather than submission or disregard, is a chakra one, muladhara, issue.