Shortest Yoga Nidra recording ever…Read More
A reading list for April showers and Spring Cleaning...Read More
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An important angle of any Yoga posture (and life) is always to listen to the cues your body gives you about how to take care of yourself. Opening the lines of communication is one way to build a great relationship between you and your body.Read More
"Soma" is a Greek word typically translated to mean "living body."
Both Yoga and Somatics ask us to step more inside ourselves while also being aware of our surroundings.
Another reading list for you.Read More
This list will include only books that I have read more than once or definitely will read again.Read More
"Aerodynamically the bumblebee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumblebee doesn't know that so it goes on flying anyway." ~Mary Kay AshRead More
In Nature, Winter is a time of release and turning inward. Spring is a time of renewal and moving outward.
What are you willing to release in order to be renewed?Read More
Both Love and Grief are felt through connection to others. When we lose someone we love, we grieve. When a relationship with someone we love changes, we grieve. When someone we love is hurting in any way, we feel grief. Underlying Grief is the Love we feel for them. Sometimes, this can also bring up anger if the loss or change feels unfair, sudden, unexpected or out of our control. All of these, and more, can be our teachers. Teachers who offer us suggestions, growth, gifts and presence.Read More
This Mudra is said to be a way to calm the nervous system while connecting the two sides of the body and hemispheres of the brain. With that calm, there can be more clarity for setting intentions, offering greetings or gratitude and connecting to heartfelt desires.Read More