Yoga for me started as a way to tend to back pain. My, how it evolved from there. Soon after starting the physical practice, the philosophy started soaking in, the ease, the wonder, the stillness. Of course, the stillness, the calmness, can be and is often fleeting. But not forever, no. When we come back … More Yoga will always meet you where you are.
It is my job, my desire, my greatest wish- to teach yoga to any and all individuals wishing to change their life through the practice of mindfulness. One of the most difficult parts of becoming a yoga teacher has been figuring out where my voice comes into play. When I became a yoga teacher, I … More All feelings are ok (thoughts on the insurrection)
Welcome to the third and final part of my holiday guide that is meant to help you navigate any stress or anxiety you may feel during the holidays. In part 1 we explored the breath and how you can use it to stay grounded and in part 2 we talked about how to be mindful … More Self Care for the Holidays: Part 3- The Mind and Soul.
Last week I shared part 1 of my holiday guide that is meant to help you navigate stress and anxiety during the holiday season. Last week we focused on the breath (pranayama) and I gave you three breathing exercises to try when you found yourself in a stressful situation. Two of them I got to … More Self Care for the Holidays: Part 2- The Body
I’m sure a lot of bloggers carefully plan out exactly what they will say in their posts. I’m sure that is even probably for the best for the most part, but I find myself always being drawn to just write on the fly, just as if I were having a conversation with a friend. I … More Make time to make time.