Learning to breath when your body doesn’t want to cooperate.
Ashtanga is an intense practice but it does have a little something for everyone.
The reason for the busy, none updating, week (or weeks?) was because of this thing. I landed a freelance gig with Phoenix New Times! I’ll be their dessert blogger! I am super stoked about this opportunity. What a great way to learn my way around a new city. Really, the best possible way through eating. This… Continue reading One of those days…when awesome stuff happened!
The sauerkraut is a huge success, if you like sauerkraut that is. If you don’t like it then you would think it’s exactly what you don’t like. Lucky for me, I love it and I will never eat canned sauerkraut ever again! This has great kraut flavor but with a crunch that canned kraut doesn’t have. … Continue reading Reubens and Yoga
As you start to think more and more about your yoga practice begin to add your spine into the equation. You want to move your spine 6 ways each time you get on your mat. Forward Back Side bends to the right Side bends to the left Twist right Twist left Simple, right?! You can… Continue reading Get your yoga on 6 different ways
I have a little yoga teacher secret to help you develop your own yoga practice at home. I don’t know if other teachers do this, but I have a formula for how I sequence classes when I teach. It works really well for developing a practice that you can do any amount of time, 5… Continue reading Building a yoga practice at home
I always have this apprehension about going to a new yoga class. Not knowing the teacher or their style. Not knowing what to expect with the flow or language. Will I feel good, or annoyed, or hurt after the class? I have been working really hard on just letting go of a teacher brain and… Continue reading Yoga me, yoga you