Monthly Archives: January 2015

Thoughts: Yoga for Trauma

I recently read an article on Elephant Journal that really resonated with me and I know you guys can read it too. It is called “An Open Letter from a Trauma Therapist to Yoga Teachers: 12 Simple Ways to Make … Continue reading

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Adventures in Creating a Yoga Studio – 30 Days In

I’ve attended two 200 hour Yoga Teacher Trainings plus trainings towards my 500, several workshops, I teach and interact with my clients, and I mingle with other yogis quite often.  Quite a few of us dream about having our own … Continue reading

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Strike a Pose

You see others doing it… at the park, on Facebook… I’ve finally have joined the ranks of other yogis by participating a in yoga photo session with a professional photographer. Let me tell you, it was a lot of fun … Continue reading

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1st Week of January…My Yoga Theme

Here it is the first week in January. I have three yoga classes to teach and I expect I’ll see newbies. One thing I see often from people whether they are yoga newbies or seasoned yogis, is people make judgements … Continue reading

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New Year, New Beginnings that Stand Throughout the Year.

Happy New Year everyone! I can’t believe it’s 2015. We all know that the new year often brings New Year’s Resolutions. Often people commit to becoming a healthier person. With that comes the diets and the exercise. A commitment to … Continue reading

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