Meridian of the Month | Gallbladder

The meridian lines of the body are energetic highways that provide a path for Qi and other substances to flow. This year, we will learn details about one of the meridians each month as they coordinate with the time of year / season that we are currently in. For April, let’s discuss the Gallbladder pathway! […]

Meridian of the Month | Liver

The meridian lines of the body are energetic highways that provide a path for Qi and other substances to flow. This year, we will learn details about one of the meridians each month as they coordinate with the time of year / season that we are currently in. For March, let’s discuss the Liver pathway! […]

Meridian of the Month | Urinary Bladder

The meridian lines of the body are energetic highways that provide a path for Qi and other substances to flow. This year, we will learn details about one of the meridians each month as they coordinate with the time of year / season that we are currently in. For February, let’s discuss the Urinary Bladder […]

The Importance of Rebound Time in Yin

It’s important to allow for “rebound time” after a posture. In yin, we spend quality time in the postures. Poses might be held anywhere from 3-20 minutes! This causes deep shifts and changes in the tissues of the body, energy flow and mind. All of this means that we need to be intentional about the spaces in between the asana.

Meridian of the Month | Kidney

The meridian lines of the body are energetic highways that provide a path for Qi and other substances to flow. This year, we will learn details about one of the meridians each month as they coordinate with the time of year / season that we are currently in. Up first, the kidney channels! The Journey […]

Tap Into JOY + A Christmas Gift

Hello yin friends! This post was unplanned but I taught on the “Radiant Circuits” this week in my online classes and I wanted to share some information with you all about them as they serve as our joy reservoirs in the energy body. Who couldn’t use a little extra joy this time of year? I’ve […]

Prenatal Yin – Practicing Mindfully While Expecting

Whether you are an expectant mother yourself or a yoga teacher wanting to best support your prenatal students – this article is for you. Practicing yin has been such a gift to my yoga practice and life in general. However, when I became pregnant with my first, I quickly learned that in order to safely […]

The Creep Phenomenon

In the yin yoga practice, we approach the postures differently. Our time in the pose generates deep release through the connective tissues, thereby leading to longer recovery times. Today we will talk about the concept of creep and how we can be mindful of this phenomenon as we end the practice and move into the […]