Land. Arrive And Relax into the New Year.

Land. Arrive And Relax into the New Year.

Tension has a psycho-neurological component. We need to realize that our bodies respond to everything we hear and experience around us, as well as to what we think and experience on the inside. Every time we don’t feel okay about something, we tense up in our body and it doesn’t release until we feel grounded, slow down, take a deep breath, and soften our body. Our tension can be from an hour ago or a decade ago. What makes a difference is how we meet our tension.

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January New Year's Retreat. Upcoming Trainings and Free Online Practice.

January New Year's Retreat. Upcoming Trainings and Free Online Practice.

September launches us into new schedules, goals, and a long list of things to do. And while it can be exciting, this transitional season can also cause us to have a harder time feeling grounded and calm. Take a moment to slow down and nourish your self with a FREE ONLINE practice I am offering on 9/27 Yoga Journal's Webinar Series.  (This practice will help you create balance with autumn's ungrounding energy. Details below.) 

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Resolutions vs. Intentions: A New Ritual For the New Year

Resolutions vs. Intentions: A New Ritual For the New Year

New Year's is often a time to create resolutions. To 'fix', change, or improve ourselves: to become better and happier. However, in resolution setting we tend to disregard the essential wisdom that the journey of yoga is not one of 'fixing' ourselves, but rather in reconnecting with our inherently exquisite selves; our wholeness.

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