Product of our environment, a statement often heard when explaining life, behavior, circumstances, and the list goes on. Is product of our environment truly the answer, though? Are we not meant to overcome the environment with which we are given? Oprah Winfrey is an amazing example of refusing to become a product of her environment. … Continue reading To Overcome
This evening we had a first time student in the studio. By first time, he was a bit older and stated it been about 35 years since his last yoga class. He unrolled his matt, we set props next to him, discussed injuries and were ready to go. Shortly after the warm-up, as we began … Continue reading Body Awareness in Yoga and Age
I just had an amazing practice and I cannot contain myself, I must share. The Importance of a Home Yoga Practice and This Is Yoga, It Is NOT That Serious. are prime examples of my practice today. I was in a strange mood, everything today has been different. But, every day, every moment is different, no? … Continue reading Dance Yogi!
It is so funny when you compare what being grounded may have meant to you as kid to now. Now, who does not want to be grounded? This morning was cloudy and grey. This place was not initially planned and I was feeling unsure. There were low flying clouds across the sky. Walking through the … Continue reading Yogi is Grounded
This can title can be applied to so many different scenarios in our daily lives with each scenario being different yet, something is always similar. After finishing Yoga Teacher Training I continued to meet with a Yoga University group about once a month to continue our studies. Hi, forever student over here! Quite often we … Continue reading Who Am I To Judge?
Hate is an emotion, a feeling, we all feel at some point in our lives. Hate is a useless emotion, offering no positivity, no benefit to the beholder. So, while we all may experience hate within us at some point, the difference would be what we do with it. If hate offers no benefit, no … Continue reading Just a Yogi’s Thoughts on Hate