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It’s Ok When Life Gets In the Way

I had a great post planned for you today.

Then life got in the way.

In the past, I might have skipped a week of writing. But I made a commitment to write every week and I want to stick with […]

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By |May 4th, 2016|yoga|0 Comments

A Yin Yoga Perspective

Ever wondered what the difference is between a yin class and a restorative class? Or maybe you even wonder what this yin yoga is in the first place!

Yin yoga is a relatively new “form” of yoga that has become […]

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By |April 27th, 2016|yoga, Yoga video|0 Comments

The Simplicity of the Sutras

As the world becomes more complex, the universe is sending subtle signals to simplify.

It seems a lot of the world is starting to question the complexity we’ve built into our ways of doing things.

In Europe, people are questioning the […]

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By |April 20th, 2016|yoga|Comments Off on The Simplicity of the Sutras

Gentle Flow: Evening Practice

How many times do you have the best intention to go to yoga class, but at the end of the day you’re just too tired?

When you start to think about it, there’s not much time at the end of […]

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By |April 13th, 2016|Yoga video|Comments Off on Gentle Flow: Evening Practice

On om

Ooooooooooooooooooommmmmmmmmm.

You love it, hate it, or aren’t sure how you feel about it.

At the studio where I did my first teacher training, omming was optional. In fact, it was kind of not encouraged because it makes yoga seem inaccessible […]

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By |April 6th, 2016|energy, stories, yoga|Comments Off on On om

The Benefits of Movement Breaks

Today I urge you to take some movement breaks!

When I used to work full-time as a marketing pro, I would get up and take walks around the block on warm days (sometimes to the cupcake shop down the street, […]

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By |March 30th, 2016|yoga, Yoga video|Comments Off on The Benefits of Movement Breaks

To Strengthen, Stretch, or Rest

Sometime within the last year, a friend of mind asked about a nagging ankle injury. He had just recently gotten into yoga but wasn’t sure if yoga was helping or hurting his ankle recovery. Specifically, he wanted to know […]

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By |March 23rd, 2016|life, yoga|Comments Off on To Strengthen, Stretch, or Rest

Spring Equinox Yoga Practice

It’s that time of year again!

Another season, another equinox. Another opportunity to reflect, set intentions, and commit to right action.

So first, if you’ve been with me for a while and took some time in the beginning of the year […]

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By |March 16th, 2016|yoga|Comments Off on Spring Equinox Yoga Practice

How Yoga Has Helped Me With Uncertainty

I thought I was getting okay at being uncomfortable.

The universe decided otherwise.

As I sit here writing this post, listening to the music of the chimes produced by a gentle breeze, serenaded by chirping birds and the rustle of squirrels […]

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By |March 9th, 2016|life, yoga|Comments Off on How Yoga Has Helped Me With Uncertainty

Yoga for Anxiety

I taught a Yoga for Anxiety workshop a couple weeks ago and thought I’d share some of the information with you on the blog.

I’m currently deeply immersed in a week of Yoga Tune Up® training that has me studying […]

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By |March 2nd, 2016|yoga|Comments Off on Yoga for Anxiety

How to Manage Your Energy

In the past 2 months I have:

Taught 63 yoga classes
Taught 31 private yoga sessions
Led 6 workshops
Traveled to Ohio 3 times, twice unexpectedly and at the last minute
Spent 35+ hours learning in yoga training
Attended a funeral of a family member
Decided […]

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By |February 24th, 2016|energy, life, yoga|Comments Off on How to Manage Your Energy

A Yogic Perspective on Death

It’s a heavy subject and one most Americans don’t feel comfortable contemplating.

And yet, it’s the only ultimate truth in the world. And one we have very little control over.

So it’s funny that we spend most of our lives trying […]

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By |February 17th, 2016|life, soul, yoga|Comments Off on A Yogic Perspective on Death