Breaking Patterns: Dealing with Emotional Bags of Poop

Breaking Patterns: Dealing with Emotional Bags of Poop

I sometimes trick myself into believing I’ve got myself figured out. I know all my tricks and I no longer hand them any treats. The beauty of life is I probably will never figure it all out. I still surprise myself on the daily. There are days when the surprises are...
Spotlight: Yoga Oozes off the Mat

Spotlight: Yoga Oozes off the Mat

They say in Colorado if you don’t like the weather just wait 5 mins its bound to change, its very similar during teacher training.   Not that I don’t like anything, but there is such a variety to learn.  This weekend we went from learning about hundred-year-old yogic...
why i love yoga

why i love yoga

In an effort to create clarity and focus for my students and for myself I did this little exercise. It was fun to see what I came up with. Comment and share why you love yoga! There are variations to each pose The poses build on themselves — build on the each...
i am not the greatest yoga teacher

i am not the greatest yoga teacher

I am not the greatest yoga teacher. Don’t get me wrong, I am good, maybe even great, but I am not the greatest. This can be disheartening at times. It can be hard to stand up in front of the class and feel you should be an expert, the one who knows the most. As...
women rise up

women rise up

This past Saturday we saw women rise up. Millions of women (and men) marched across the world. In cities and small towns, even Antartica showed up to have their voices heard. I watched the stories roll in across all social media platforms and my eyes filled with the...
Spotlight: Teacher Training Week 1

Spotlight: Teacher Training Week 1

My beautiful sister is guest blogging during her teacher training to bring the experience to life for others who may be curious. ___________ Writing about this journey in the middle of it feels like describing what a half baked cake tastes like… I know there is much...