So here we are, living in our own disaster movie. Continue reading Yoga Living in a Disaster Movie
If you come to my classes chances are you’ve heard me lovingly and consistently refer to homeboy Patanjali, and if not here’s the short of it: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras are the “foundation of modern Yoga” important to note modern yoga. The Yoga Sutras explain and simplify a combination of many many older Yogic texts, broken … Continue reading Sutras and Spring, by Willow Ratz
In the love month of February where there’s lots of heart balloons and chocolates floating around and we traditionally celebrate romantic love with a partner. This month can also be an opportunity to master the art of self- love. The practice of self- love can go hand in hand with the niyama of svadhyaya, which … Continue reading Self- Love Through Yoga at Shree
I am glad to have read Phoebe’s beautiful post from last month, because it ties directly into what I have been wanting to write about! For those of you who don’t know some of my background, I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome back in 2013. I had been engaged with my yoga and meditation … Continue reading Winter’s Gift by Hollie Laudal Salazar
Yin is the stable, unmoving hidden aspects of things, connective tissues & stillness; (Yang is the moving, changing, revealing aspects of things(muscles & movement). For Yin purposes, connective tissues are the ligaments and fascia, and the word “muscle” refers muscles and their tendons in a Yang practice. In Yin, we are on the edge of … Continue reading What is Yin Yoga? A Quiet Practice. A Meditative Practice.
Sometimes it seems like there are people who can accept change better than others. What is their secret? Continue reading Yoga and Change