You can’t be of help to anyone unless you’re breathing oxygen yourself. On a plane, this protocol makes sense. So why is it so hard in daily life?
We continually transform. Change can be something that happens to us or we can guide change by making intentional choices in our life.
Taking time for ourselves during the holidays can feel almost impossible — but the reality is, it's the most important time of year to focus on self care.
The sanskrit word ahimsa is defined as the practice of non-violence in all forms. It’s about allowing peace into our lives by being kind to others and kind to ourselves.
I had a my first child last summer, and for many months after, it was hard to get back to a yoga class. So I practiced mainly at home.
Fall is here, the perfect time, according to Ayurveda, to prepare our bodies inside and out for the cold of winter that is just around the corner.
While it is easy to space out during your yoga practice, yoga offers an amazing opportunity to practice gratitude. Making a mental shift from autopilot to gratitude is very powerful.
FOMO (the fear of missing out) raises its shaggy head and sniffs the wind when we are stressed out by the idea of missing an exciting opportunity.
Do you practice Hatha? Power? Flow? Yin? Hot? A combination of styles? Reflecting on your practice will shed some light on the type of mat that will work best for you.
Fall means the end of beach days, camping and BBQs, but it’s also a chance to get back into a routine, which allows for it’s own kind of happiness.
It doesn’t matter if you travel by train, plane or automobile, this is how vacations often start. We have the cure.
Keeping your yoga studio bustling with life over the summer is a challenge. Your students still love you, they're just playing outside and taking vacations.