Balancing the Chakras in a Group

This past weekend I had the amazing experience of going to a group on the chakras.  The group, of course, was to dabble into everything from what our charkas are, where, what they associate with, their asanas, mudra, bija, the list goes on.  With this, I did not realize something breathtaking we were all about … Continue reading Balancing the Chakras in a Group

Sundays Are For Yoga

Yoga Church.  That's what I signed up for this past Sunday.  Unsure if it was just witty title for being Sunday morning or if everyone was going to take their practice beyond the physical that day, I could not have been more excited. I arrived to the disclosed location outside at 9am, the weather in … Continue reading Sundays Are For Yoga

Meditate, You Can Quiet the World Around You

There seems to be this impression out there that you must meditate in a candle lit, quiet room, on a pillow, surrounded by nothing that will provoke a thought.  No.  Do we not meditate to quiet the mind, find inner peace and enlightenment, become present, or to set an intention.  I could go one forever … Continue reading Meditate, You Can Quiet the World Around You

Repost – Being Present While Dealing with Anxiety

Since I began my yoga journey a few years ago, I began to hear the terms “be present” and “let that s#%! go” a lot. I suffer from depression and anxiety, I refused to see anyone for it after I became an adult and stopped taking all medications. “This chick is nuts”, yea, probably. I […] … Continue reading Repost – Being Present While Dealing with Anxiety

Flaws in Yogis, Yoga Teachers, and People

Real talk right now.  In life we tend to put certain people up on pedestals, for multiple reasons.  Often times, after something occurs which shows their "human" if you will, we take them down and look at them in a new light.  While it is great to admire or look upon someone in a positive … Continue reading Flaws in Yogis, Yoga Teachers, and People