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Yin Yoga Teacher Intensive {Module 1 }New Dates! I

Yin Yoga and Acupressure Seasonal Workshop at JBY {Rivermark} Santa Clara

I’m super excited to announce my new Yin Yoga and Acupressure seasonal series that I will be offering at Just Breathe Yoga {Rivermark}. The idea came from studying the five elements at McKinnon where I took my Acupressure training from. What better way to…

Up and coming

Thanks to my students who have been patient with my time off and understanding that I needed to be with my little one for Saturday morning baseball practice and games.  I was hesitant on coming back, but after the flood of emails and outreach…

Go Yin-side: Yin Yoga & Acupressure Workshop!

I am excited to announce that I’ll be facilitating a special Yin Yoga workshop designed to maximize the release of physical and emotional issues stored in the tissues of the body. This class will specifically target connective tissues around the hips and back. The…

Upcoming: Yin Yoga, Acupressure & Essential Oils Workshop

Year of the Monkey, right? Well, things are getting really busy around here. Workshops, teacher trainings and travel. I’m getting ready for another workshop at Just Breathe {Yoga} Rivermark in Santa Clara, CA. Registration is now open! Reserve your spot now, wait list will…

Yin Yoga Playlist Hips

For those of you asking for my most recent music playlist — here it is! I gravitated to Max Richter’s Sleep album because of Bernie Clark’s recommendation. It’s beautiful. Enjoy. 1. Prelude by Max Richter 2. Light on the Path by OshO 3. Relaxing…

Yin Yoga: Twisted Branches Pose

I was recently asked by a fellow yogini and reader what “Twisted Branches” pose was. There are different names to this pose, some yinsters call it “Crushed Wings.” If you look at the pose, it’s almost like garudasana or eagle arms in a prone…

Yin Yoga Pose of the Month (October)

Feature: Toe Squat This month I’m featuring the “Toe Squat,” also referenced as “Broken Toe Pose.” Personally, I prefer to call it “Toe Squat.” This pose is quite juicy. It’s not for everyone. I find this pose challenging for a lot of my students….