Shortest Yoga Nidra recording ever…Read More
This Yoga Nidra was recorded during class, so you'll hear some sounds from inside and outside the building.Read 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
What is your heartfelt desire? How do you truly want to feel?
Something may arise as soon as the question is asked. Still, sit with it a little longer...Read More
As you may well know, if you attend my classes, I'm a promoter of slowing down, softness and relaxation. The reason being is that much of life can seem to ask us to go fast, tense up and stay on high alert. We've all heard at some point that we should push our limits, step out of our comfort zone and do more. In some ways (sometimes) I agree, AND I suggest balancing it with the opposite. Especially if we've had the tendency to be an "A-type," have been on the go a lot or have a lot of stress.Read More
In this fast-paced world we live in, it's so important that we take time to slow down and do nothing. This is why a pose that can seem like the easiest, can be the most challenging (lay down on the floor... how hard can that be?)Read More
The real you.
More you than you've ever let us see before.
The one who is so filled up by your own love that it can't help but spill over to others.
You practice self-care to become yourself rather than change yourself.
You take care of you, so you can take care of others.
"Let yourself stand out and be noticed."
We want to see you.
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Ruts, in Sanskrit – Samskaras, can be seen as habits or patterns. Like conditioning or ruts in the mud (like the ones in the picture), one can get stuck and have trouble getting out. Most likely, you have positive and negative ruts or patterns, but you may not be aware of all of them. Unlike the obvious rut in the mud, Samskaras, can be very subtle and often not visible to the eyes at all. Do you get irritated by certain people or situations? Do you have a certain way of moving your body while walking or in yoga? Do you cross your fingers, arms or legs the same way every time? Yes, even that is a rut. Remember, they’re not always negative, but they are very often ingrained and automatic.Read More
Take a few minutes for yourself and discover what you really want... plus a gift.Read More
In this post, you'll find a description and sample of Yoga Nidra.
Yoga Nidra is a yogic technique, often referred to as "Yogic Sleep", which encourages deep relaxation by bringing one to the state between awake and asleep. Yoga Nidra has many benefits which may include relieving stress, improved memory and brain function, releasing undesired patterns or habits, healing past trauma or illness and improved sleep patterns. These are just a few of the many benefits that can come from a regular, full Yoga Nidra practice.Read More