5 Yin Yoga Poses to Melt Tension Away

5 Yin Yoga Poses to Melt Tension Away

In need of a little relax, release and let go as we enter into this end of year time? Give these 5 yin yoga poses a try. Take your time settling into each pose, finding your edge. Then resolve to be still and hold the pose for about 5 minutes. You will want to have 1...
Rejuvenate Your Practice with Fun and Challenging Poses

Rejuvenate Your Practice with Fun and Challenging Poses

Are you feeling stuck and stagnant? Whether in your body, mind, or energy. Let’s get it flowing with these 7 poses and short sequences. No props required, but if you like please feel free to use them. A strap can be really beneficial for binds especially. 1. Tap...
Winter Solstice Yin Yoga with Affirmations

Winter Solstice Yin Yoga with Affirmations

The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year, but that also means the return of the light. The days get longer from here. This time is a great chance to reflect on what has been and has happened and what lies ahead. It is a great time to spend some restorative...
Intermediate Yoga Flow for a Self Practice

Intermediate Yoga Flow for a Self Practice

If you yourself are a yoga teacher, or you’re a more advanced practitioner who doesn’t need all the cues and alignment tips but want a sequence to keep your routine fresh – follow along below. This will allow you to be introspective, to turn inwards...
7 Poses to Slow Down and Ramp Up the Heat

7 Poses to Slow Down and Ramp Up the Heat

Some times slowing down can really increase the strength and difficulty of a pose. I almost always find that to be the case in yoga. Try these 7 poses, and hold each one for at least 5 deep breaths for an intermediate yoga challenge of strength and balance. 1....
Start Active and End it Passive!

Start Active and End it Passive!

Have you tried vin to yin yet? Traditionally you should do yin cold, but I do love teaching and taking classes in the order of vin to yin. This means starting with some dynamic poses and flows, and then ending the class with some passive long held poses requiring...