Ashtanga is an intense practice but it does have a little something for everyone.
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
Recently I went to a yoga workshop with Jim Bennitt at Field of Yoga in Cedar Rapids. It was a good workshop. I walked away thinking I didn’t really learn anything new which was somewhat of a let down. However, somehow little things Jim said stuck with me and really began to inspire me about yoga… Continue reading Practice, practice, practice