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:
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
Do you have back pain? Difficulty holding plank pose? Can’t get into arm balances? All of this is related to core strength, which happens to be a very misunderstood area of the body. Completely transform your yoga practice and exercise program by working “smarter, not harder” in this 5 day series! You can expect: Learn what “the core” really is Daily,
I’m not sure why pasta is directly correlated with romance…but I think it has an awful lot to do with that noodle scene in “Lady and the Tramp”. Whatever the reason, I’ve got an easy and delicious recipe for two! Use it to impress a date, devour with a friend who appreciates your love for pasta OR enjoy two servings
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
Everyone LOVES chicken noodle soup! If it’s cold, if you’re sick, if you feel fine and even if it’s a perfect temperature – because chicken noodle soup is amazing! But what if you don’t eat meat? No worries, my veggie-loving friends! I present to you: Chicken-less Noodle Soup! Here’s the silly part…I had to cook it in a wok.
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
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 teach full