Adventures in Yogaland
As many of you know, I've been off the grid for awhile, enjoying my 11th trip to India, and 10th to study specifically with my teacher, Ashtanga Yoga Guru Sharathji. It was an eye-opening experience, as it always is, to be with him and to immerse myself in Indian...read more
Did you think vision boarding was January? I bet some of you thought right before the new year. You aren’t off, but you could be even more ON! Reworking, writing, seeing your life’s vision is an ongoing affair. As we change (and we change a lot) doorways for new...read more
photo credit: Renee Choi You may think it's hard to practice in the beginning when the body is tight, but it's easy compared to what happens when the growth spurt has past and it seems like nothing is happening. That is why a strategy for long-termed practice is so...read more
Ashtanga yoga teachers tend to be business owners whether they own a yoga studio or not, because often their Mysore program is run and handled separately of an integrated studio’s regular operations.read more
BY: MURI ASSUNÇÃO
PHOTOS: CHAS KIMBRELL
It’s almost like dating. You try something new, fall in love, obsess over it, then somehow you lose interest. Before you know it, you’ve parted ways. That was my first affair with yoga.
It is time to call on our yogis, self-helpers, and wellness folks to value check and tweak the current yoga messaging to include, accept, and honor all seekers as they move through and observe their moods excepting themselves, embracing others, and constantly working...read more
Iceland - August 8 - August 13, 2016 ICELAND ADVENTURE: A JOURNEY THROUGH NATURE Under six hours from New York City is another world. Join me in exploring the glaciers, volcanos and lagoons of Iceland and find yourself as you dive deeper into nature. This six-day...read more
No Resolutions Please: Why Starting and Failing at Resolutions is WAY worse than never having them at all.
Success begets success. Confidence builds upon itself and guides a person toward her dreams. You never want to teach yourself that you don’t do the things you say you will do. You never want to create the story in your subconscious that you lie to yourself, don’t...read more
Temazcal is a place where the elements, air, fire, water and earth intersect. Physically it is a small hut with a pit in the middle where rocks (typically volcanic) are burned along with medicinal herbs. The participants are encouraged to breath deeply in the...read more
We've come to the last of the eight-limbs, Samadhi. Samadhi is a concentration so deep, that only the essence of the object being observed radiates. It's as if the mind itself is no longer. In this sense, it is a death. The levels of Samadhi deepen until one merges...read more
Happy Holidays everyone! With Thanksgiving and Holiday time coming up I wanted to share three of my favorite personal tips to keep from overeating. I hope they help you to stay balanced and gorgeous during this hectic time of year. 1. Eat Breakfast. Many of...read more
“We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.” -Anais Nin If we want things to change we have to change ourselves. Then, suddenly, the world around us appears different. But how can we change ourselves? First we must become aware that there...read more