This morning I felt the first hints of fall. The breeze had a crispness to it and a few leaves […]
My personal practice is for me an art. It’s the way I get into the flow and time ceases to exist. Worries and fears fall away as I enjoy my breath; the process unfolds and folds. The asanas connect much like brushstrokes on a canvas. My mat is my canvas.
I was introduced to this poem by my teacher Ganga White in 2006 while studying yoga at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara. My practice has evolved over the years but I have continued to cherish the philosophy held within his words.
It’s summer here in Lake George, NY and in the North East, USA. From an Ayurvedic point of view, that means it’s Pitta Season! Fire & water are predominant in creating a steamy environment that can leave us hot tempered and irritable.
YES! I’m completely obsessed with Chaturanga Dandasana. Here’s another way of working this very challenging pose. Whether we are entering […]
When the shoulders are open the sweetness of the heart can flow through the arms and into the hands making […]
Here’s another area where there’s confusion in vinyasa classes. It’s rarely taught and students are not clear. Check out this […]
Here’s another “ouch” of a misalignment in motion. I see this ALL the time. In the Surya Namaskar A Vinyasa […]
I see a lot of misaligned Chaturanga Dandasana in my Vinyasa yoga classes… and shoulder, wrist and elbow injuries come […]
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