Archive for December, 2013

It’s All About the Breath Baby

December 31st, 2013

The breath is our most valuable asset in our yoga practice and in our lives.  All day long we are being breathed, without any real consciousness, or thought.  So why should we bring more awareness to the way we breathe? From a physiological standpoint breathing fuels our body to function.  Deep belly breathing is giving […]

The Compassion Experiment, 3 Tools to Change the World by Loving Yourself

December 19th, 2013

I originally started writing this article several months ago. Things in my life were shifting, and my eyes were being opened to my very dark and dirty habits and tendencies.  I was beginning to notice how quickly I would judge other people and how readily available my stories were when things weren’t going my way.  […]

3 Reasons to Stay for Savasana

December 5th, 2013

Savasana translates to corpse pose.  It is the final pose of a yoga practice. In savasana the body is still, the breath flows naturally, and if you’re lucky the mind becomes quiet and there is this essence of dropping into one’s self. Savasana can be the most challenging part of a class. We are invited […]