Acro Yoga...With A Horse?

Acro Yoga…With A Horse? (Video)

  (Acro yoga starts at 1:40)   I saw this video randomly on Facebook and had to post it.  It’s so cool…he’s basically doing acro yoga with a horse.  This ... Continue Reading →
How To Get A Home Practice Started And Why It's Surprisingly Easy

How To Get A Home Yoga Practice Started And Why It’s Surprisingly Easy

  Empower Your Yoga Practice Okay full disclosure first: I am a home-practice kind of yogini. I’ve moved coffee tables to open up living room space. I’ve rolled out my mat ... Continue Reading →
Study Finds Stress Alters Your Genome; Gives Reason To Do Yoga

Study Finds Stress Alters Genome; Gives Reason To Do Yoga

Will Yoga Help You Live Longer? Yet another study that finds stress is bad for us.  And of course, gives another reason to do yoga.  This study from Penn State University found ... Continue Reading →
Your Skeleton On Yoga

Your Skeleton On Yoga

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Strength, Courage, And Yoga (Video)

Strength, Courage, And Yoga (Video)

This video was directed by a friend of mine, Tommy Friedman; I found it really inspiring and had to share. It’s amazing what you can do when you decide to not be limited by ... Continue Reading →
How Yoga Helped Me Realize I'm Never Too Busy For Peace

How Yoga Helped Me Realize I’m Never Too Busy For Peace

Too Busy for Peace? For a long while, I believed that life was meant to be busy. Having a hectic schedule meant a life of fulfillment. I believed one should always have a calendar ... Continue Reading →
Being OK With Time Away

Being OK With Time Away

Unlike some yogis, I didn’t practice during breast cancer treatment. The intense sadness of losing my balance, my body, and my mind to ‘chemo fog’ was too overwhelming. My mat ... Continue Reading →
Yoga's Hidden Benefit: The Unconscious Mind

Yoga’s Hidden Benefit: The Unconscious Mind

  The Unknown Sponge of the Mind Yoga works on restructuring our bodies and our conscious minds, but I think that yoga’s more profound and unexplored impact is in what psychologists’ ... Continue Reading →
Words of a Quitter: 5 Lessons for those Struggling with Yoga

Words Of A Quitter: 5 Lessons For Those Struggling With Yoga

Yoga is Not for the Faint of Heart I pulled back to execute my first downward facing dog of my life. I remember thinking, “what an odd position to be in.” The thought of my heels ... Continue Reading →
Prisoners And Meditation: A New Form Of Rehabilitation

Prisoners And Meditation: A New Form Of Rehabilitation

  Letting go of the Past and Embracing Now Life in federal prison is no joke. It’s full of people that are on edge…people that have been accused of doing some serious ... Continue Reading →