Choosing Strength: Postpartum Edition

The beauty of transformation is that we can choose to make ourselves stronger. Here is what choosing strength looks like at six months postpartum.

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Welcoming and Accepting Changes

Welcome and accept changes to experience growth in yoga, yourself, and all aspects of life.

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Feeling Overwhelmed?

What do you do when you feel overwhelmed? Life is short. Find ways to focus on what’s important to you.

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Find Contentment in Your Yoga Practice

Being content is about being fine and happy with where you are physically, mentally, and spiritually. What does contentment look like to you?

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Try Yoga at Your Desk to Combat Stiffness

Did you miss your morning yoga? Try these moderate yoga stretches at your desk to combat soreness and stiffness.

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Give Yoga Props a Chance: Here are 4 Examples

Use props in your yoga practice for support, balance, and alignment. Check out these 4 examples…

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Which Yoga Style is Right For You?

Choosing a style that fits you and your lifestyle can be confusing, especially with so many available styles. What you need to know is incorporating yoga can help you to not only relieve stress, it can also give you better balance and strength.

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Combine Yoga Styles for Balance and Increased Benefits

If you are new to yoga, imagine an environment where you are presented with scenarios in which you must make challenging decisions, and, each time you willingly choose, you have a sense of relief once that decision is made, and subsequent action taken.

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High Plank Your Way into the New Year

Steps for a solid high plank, FREE yoga ebook, New 2016 Class Schedule

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Yoga: A Process of Physical and Mental Recovery

I encourage you to challenge yourself, both physically and mentally. I have found that doing so creates a synchronicity between body and mind, where, when applied regularly and habitually, allows us to recognize and diminish the fears we impose on ourselves.

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