In a couple of weeks, I will begin leading a new six-week course introducing Patanjali's Yoga Sutra to beginning students (or anyone, really). It is being offered as part of the Yoga Well Institute's new Semester Program. The idea behind the program is to create a series of both introductory and more advanced level courses … Continue reading What’s with All the Sanskrit?
Please join me for two online classes this spring! The first is titled, Making Friends with Food. It is an eight-week series hosted by Namaste Studio in Corner Brook, NL. It will be available both in-person and live and recorded via Zoom. If you have ever been on the diet treadmill or caught in a … Continue reading Making Friends with Food – The first of two upcoming Online Classes this spring!
Recently, I signed up for a free month-long trial of a fitness website thinking that it would be fun to change up my fitness routine a bit. For years and years, I ran long distance and did pretty hardcore gym workouts. When I discovered ashtanga yoga, I gave all of that up. I am not … Continue reading It’s Not Personal
Recently, one of my dearest friends lost his partner of over 15 years. It was a difficult death on just about every level - the man was young, he suffered a good deal of physical pain from metastasized Stage 4 melanoma and there were lots of moments of hope that were later dashed. He came very … Continue reading Life Is A Group Activity
When I first started doing yoga about 16 years ago, I took a series of classes led by a friend who rented space in a children's dance school two blocks from my house. It was a way of getting a little time to myself, away from the demands of two children under the age of … Continue reading You are Brave and Strong
Manifesting gratitude for my teachers, one client at a time.
The short answer is: YES