Flinging Open the Doors

Flinging Open the Doors

Rather than my own words I’d like to share with you these words from Toko-Pa Turner.  I feel them deeply.  Yoga is ultimately a practice of being.  Practice shows me how to be with myself, how to be present to others, how to allow others to be present...
The First Limb on the Path

The First Limb on the Path

Are you considering, or have you considered, making a new year resolution? The start to a new year can be an opportunity for introspection and reflection. From this careful consideration you may discover that your approach or relationship to some aspect of life no...
Welcome Home

Welcome Home

Thank you for practicing yoga.  I believe that the more we work to know, love and honor ourselves, the more compassionately and clearly we can see and connect with others.  I believe that by granting ourselves respite, we are better able to serve. As the weather takes...
All Systems Go

All Systems Go

In our home this month we kicked off our first (planned) year of home schooling, the boys started soccer, we had a wonderful visit with family, celebrated Lucas’ 8th (!!) birthday, and I prepped for a new role in my work as an SLP!Phew! Anybody else have that...

Stand on Solid Ground

“Where is the movement initiated?”  It’s an inquiry we explore during yoga teacher training.  Am I moving from momentum and habit or a conscious, intentional action?  When is either of these helpful?  What is the thought or feeling that precedes...
Remember

Remember

Yoga Sutra 1.20 presents traits to cultivate to support perseverance and aspiration in the practice of yoga. Pandit Rajmani Tigunait writes, “These virtues help us persist in our quest when obstacles such as carelessness, misunderstanding, fatigue, and...