Roughly every three months, the season changes. In some places in the world seasonal changes are quite evident. It others, it feels the same for most of the year. I’ve always been a fan of seasons because I like […]
Yama Niyama Asana Pranayama Pratyahara Dharana Dhyana Samadhi.
In English (my translation): Be a good person, take care of your Self, be aware of your posture, control your energy, withdraw from your external senses, concentrate, meditate, allow total integration.
These are […]
I spent this past weekend at Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, ME. It was the first time I’d been to Maine and the furthest East I’ve ever travelled in the US. If you’ve never been, I highly recommend […]
Last week, my husband sent me a link to a strange article about a woman in Russia who was asked to dive naked into extremely frigid waters near the Arctic (30 degrees Fahrenheit to be exact) to tame Beluga […]
What does King Arthur have to do with quad stretches? You might be sad you asked.
When you think of King Arthur, what do you think of? The Knights of the Round Table. To be knighted, you get down on […]
One of the reasons I love long car drives is because I consider it my time to indulge in podcasts. My favorite podcast, which I’ve mentioned before, is The Tim Ferriss Show. You may (or may not) have heard […]
A little over a year ago I filmed a short yoga for building strength video for a personal trainer friend of mine who used to run her own website offering different workouts and meal plans for each day of […]
The number one reason why people don’t go to public yoga classes is because they are afraid they aren’t doing a yoga posture right. That’s not scientific and I have no data to actually back that up, but it’s […]
When I was little, my sister and I came up with this game that we would play whenever we would go to the ocean (once a year). We would be so excited to get our feet in the sand and […]
At the end of every class I teach, I always invite my students to ask me any questions or offer feedback about the class.
Often, students will come up to me after class and ask for guidance about yoga for physical injuries […]
Last week was a rough week for the United States. The killing of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile saddened me deeply, and the subsequent attack and killing of Dallas police officers only increased my despair.
Like many people, I wondered […]
I recently graduated from my 500-hour advanced teacher training. The experience was an intense and deep study not just of yoga but also of myself and my relationship with yoga. As I’ve shared with some of you in my […]