Wake Up and Flow

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Start your summer off on the right track with Morning Flow, an early morning yoga practice that invigorates the body and calms the mind. It’s true! Waking up is hard to do! But so worth it when you start your day in a way that honors your life, your body, your mind, your spirit and […]

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What is Your Vinyasa?

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According to Bernie Clark, yin yoga teacher, anatomy enthusiast, and author of Your Body, Your Yoga, yoga is a self-selecting practice. In other words, yoga attracts and keeps those students who can perform the poses that are commonly taught. In more depressing words, yoga repels and alienates those who cannot perform these poses. I am […]

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Yoga for Athletes: Because Sometimes We Have to Test Our Metal

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Last week, I received a Facebook message from a friend inquiring about my Yoga for Athletes workshop. He said he had seen the flier, was interested in attending, but he had a few concerns. Not only was he worried that he wasn’t accomplished enough to be considered an “athlete,” but he felt anxious that he […]

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Living Yoga’s 2015 Yogathon

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What is the Yogathon? Since its inception in 2010, the Yogathon’s purpose has been to bring awareness to the long term effects of trauma and how they impact those within our community.  Through Living Yoga’s trauma informed yoga programs, students are taught mindfulness, impulse control, and wellness practices.  These life changing skills support students in making […]

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Traveling & Teaching Yoga in Nepal

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I began dreaming about Nepal years ago.  The Himalayas, the living yogic traditions, and the sacred temples and stupas called to me.  BKS Iyengar’s quote, “Move from the known to the unknown” became my mantra.  This last year, I decided I would try to spend my next birthday in Nepal and set an intention as […]

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