Two weeks later, I reflect on my experience in the Yin Teacher intensive with Bernie Clark. I’m forever grateful, but I know that I’m in a constant state of learning- eager to learn more. I love Yin…learning of the meridians and chi.Thank you Bernie for sharing your knowledge and to my new yoga siblings for … More Yin Teacher Intensive…Saha Navavatu
Intention: Swami Kripalu once said, “My beloved child, break your heart no longer. Every time you judge yourself you break your own heart. You stop feeding on the love, which is the wellspring of your vitality. The time has come. Your time. To live, to celebrate, and to see the goodness that you are. You, … More Heart and lungs, urinary bladder and kidneys Yin flow
What is the true meaning of friendship? Well the thought came over me today as I talked to my close friend about friendship. Can men and women surely be friends with no strings attached? As I reviewed my friendships there are several different types of friendship. There are childhood friends, there are Facebook friends, there … More Friendship
I recently came across Shiva Reas heart opening sequence while practicing on my own. It’s gentle, but powerful in a meditative way. Inspired to open my heart. Thank you shiva rea!
Someone once said true love never has a happy ending because true love never ends. Really? Some of us are lucky in love. Some, not too lucky but we move on to brighter pastures. True love? Is it like the movie Notebook? America portrays the idea behind love. I believe there is passionate love and … More True Love
Its funny how we can get attached to things. My daughter lost her tooth today. It’s part of growing, baby teeth gone and new adult ones come in. Same as things. As we let go, become unattached, new opportunity comes. I’ve written about this many times. My little girl has reminded me again. Same is … More Unattached
Sometimes hanging onto the past can be poisonous. There are thing that you need and things you don’t need. Embrace the good things in life. Get rid of the other things you don’t need to make room for new things. New Year, New Beginnings. New Goals: There are things in the past that happened for … More Letting go
Yin Yoga is known as the unglamorous type of yoga, but it has so many healing benefits. Here was my sequence this morning: Seated meditation Inhale arms up and back to heart center (3 x) emphasis on drawing the belly in and not having the ribs pop forward Easy chin across collarbone slow side to … More Yang Yin sequence UB and Kidney meridian
Today we set our intention to be free with each Asana, to explore on our own and twist away any tension open up our hearts and to be energized by the time we leave class. Balasana Cat/cow flow Spinal balance x 2 Come up on knees Kneeing reed pose (open ribs) x 2 Chest opener … More Being free of obstacles and explore!
This flow is inspired by my daughter, who is my muse. She came home from school on Friday with delight in her eyes. “Mommy, guess what I learnt today?” I responded “What did you learn?” She gleefully responded “I learned how to play HEADS UP SEVEN UP!” She asked if I wanted to learn it, … More My Yoga Flow for My Muse