Mini Retreats

Yoga retreats are AMAZING! But most of us can’t commit to the time, travel and money involved. You deserve a little TLC, even if you can’t get away to spend a week on a beach or in the mountains. Plan a Mini Retreat with your friends! The more people that join, the less each person pays! Half Day Package:

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Dreaming of Pay-What-You-Can Yoga?

It’s not a dream, yoga loving friends! Every month I choose four classes/courses/workshops to offer to the online yoga community as a love offering! As in donation! As in pay-what-you-can! This month’s line up: Morning Core Routine: a time managable routine to stregthen your core and help energize you for the day! Agni – The Fire in Your Belly: create

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Sthira Sukham Method

The business of yoga is interesting, to say the least. I’m just going to start this post by being super up front about something – it is really strange to brand yourself as a yoga teacher. For a long time I felt conflicted and fought against the idea of promoting myself as anything special or different than any other teacher. But

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Anxiously Grateful for Discomfort

I’m sure you’ve figured this out by now, but I’m a yoga teacher. There is often an image tied to this profession of a supremely peaceful spirit being illuminated through a perfectly yoga-toned body. And although I think teachers all over are breaking barriers about body image (yay us!), the idea of that serene spirit is still connected to the

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Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher

[embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLLFP-3qTkI[/embedyt] When you meet someone, they usually want to know what you do for work. There is generally a polite conversation briefly covering the topic and then you move on. For me, it usually goes a little something like this: “What do you do for work?” “I’m a yoga teacher.” “Cool! What else do you do?” “That’s it. I

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Mango Pico Bowl

Namaste yoga lovin’ foodies! I’ve just recently been given the okay from my nutritionist to start adding a few things back into my diet – yay! I’m currently testing my boundaries with avocado. As it is a high histamine food I haven’t been able to enjoy them for months. Adding in just the teeniest tinsiest bit into my food has

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Ginger Veggie Soup

Hey all! I’ve recently been diagnosed with SIBO – Small Intestine Bacteria Overgrowth – which is the cause of my histamine intolerance. A lot of my over all inability to be well is really making sense to me now! At first I was really afraid that I’d have to cut down on my beloved carbs…wah wah waaaah! I was most

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