This weekend I took the opportunity for some continuing education. The BYS Yoga Collective hosted a Chair Yoga Training in Pittsburgh. From yoga teachers to therapists to social workers and medical staff, a diverse array of souls gathered to widen the definition of what it means to practice yoga. A chair yoga practice can benefit … Continue reading Learn, Share, Kinship
“A new moon teaches gradualness and deliberation and how one gives birth to oneself slowly. Patience with small details makes perfect a large work, like the universe.” ― Rumi Reminder: There is more to my life than increasing its speed. “Anyone who knows me, should learn to know me again; For I am like … Continue reading Speaking of the New Moon (2/4/19)
It’s been my privilege to share space & practice with 12 amazing women during the Beginner’s Series at The Yoga Garden. We’re in week 4 of a 6-week series … I truly believe when more people practice yoga (not just postures, but all of it) the world becomes kinder, more compassionate, and more just for … Continue reading To Begin … Again and Again
“The world does not need another yoga teacher.” Ouch. This statement was the beginning of an Instagram post by one of my favorite teachers, Yogarupa Rod Stryker. I thought, wait a second! But … but … but … The post goes on. Here’s a snippet: However, the world desperately needs, true, authentic yoga practitioners — … Continue reading Does the World Need Another Yoga Teacher?