Enjoy this hour long yin yoga practice focused on the refreshing energy of the new moon!
Learn how to manage your emotional responses by utilizing techniques from HeartMath Institute.
Spring is here! Can you feel little sparks of creativity urging you to get on with the projects you have thought about and nourished for the past months? Or is your nose already congested from nature’s first bursts of pollen? Both are perfectly natural and a sign that we are in tune with nature around us, according to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). TCM postulates that our Qi, or life force, fluctuates within us through the seasons, just as it does in nature around us.
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! […]
One hour yin yoga practice to stimulate the spine through various twisting postures.
Reflecting back on 2020, one positive thing that came out of the year was expanding my yoga practice. I enjoy the mind body connection yoga brings, the connection to my breath and also hearing the instructors encouragement. As a Pilates instructor I understand the value in cueing and saying what is needed for the student […]
Fascia is this incredible casing of connective tissue that surrounds and holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fibre and muscle in place. It holds us together into this 100% interconnected network of sensory communication. In Latin, “fascia” translates to “band” , suggesting fascia quite literally bands us together. Instead of focusing on the separateness […]
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 […]
February is the month of love and I think we can agree that love is one of the most beautiful things in the world. The love we share in our family, other beings, and also the love we give to ourselves. Finding self-love is the first step and the most important one to being open […]
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.