Category Archives: Asana Practice

New Beginnings, Continued Passion

Hi! I hope you’re enjoying life. I haven’t posted here in a long while, so I wanted to check in. Change is in the air, and “Yoga Moods” is evolving. Yoga is still an integral part of my life. However, I’m currently focused on health coaching and herbalism. Please keep in touch if you are …

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Self-love is where transformation begins

Hi All! I am excited to share something I have been working towards for a long time. I hope my words will resonate with you and bring some hope to your day! Empowering others to take charge of their own health, naturally, is my life’s purpose. Nothing makes me happier than seeing others succeed and …

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Have You Ever Seen Yoga Like THIS?

What do you feel when you watch this? See the entire documentary here.

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Yoga Sequence for Letting Go

Holding on to something you don’t need? Grief, pain, or guilt that won’t seem to leave you alone? Life requires letting go. We all experience loss from time to time. Sometimes we regret our own actions or words. Each mistake is a lesson and an opportunity to become a better person. Each loss is a …

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Excited to Announce New Yoga Classes!

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The Body Knows & The Body Remembers

Estés, Clarissa Pinkola. 1995. “Women Who Run With the Wolves.” Chapter 7: Joyous Body: The Wild Flesh (p. 214).

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Yin Yoga Session for Relaxation and Fluidity

Yin Yoga is a balancing practice that perfectly complements the Yang Yoga practice familiar to more of us.  It also brings balance to other more active pursuits such as running, biking, hiking, and various sports.  It not only allows deep relaxation and a time for going inward, it can make you a better athlete by rejuvenating the body …

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1-Hour Beginner Yoga Class

Good morning!  I thought I’d share a yoga class I taught recently, appropriate for all levels.  For those of you looking for a nice, easy daily practice, part or all of this sequence may work well.  I’ll go into more detail on what I feel needs more explaining, but for other poses/sequences listed, you can easily find …

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Becoming Aware of the Details that can Cause Injury in Yoga

A yoga teacher friend once warned me about using “tented fingers” in yoga.  She said the likelihood of injury when this position is repeated is very high.  Apparently, she learned at a conference that a common yoga injury is in the hands due to “tenting.”  I had never really thought about injuring my hands this way in …

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There is Nothing You Cannot Do … And Age Doesn’t Matter!

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