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! […]

Twisty Yin Sequence

One hour yin yoga practice to stimulate the spine through various twisting postures.

Allowing Space

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Yin Sequence | Emotional Release

In this yin yoga sequence, we’ll be focusing on the hip area. Be gentle and patient with yourself, breathe mindfully and move from thinking to feeling. Feel free to enjoy some cleansing breaths (in through the nose and out through the mouth) to help release whatever is stuck whenever you feel like it during the practice.