Monthly Archives: March 2014

Breathing, living and loving my yoga practice

I’ve completed six of 15 weekends of my 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training. When I’m not at Yoga Space for training, I’m there taking Hatha or Vinyasa classes and writing a reflection listing the class’s sequence of poses and what I … Continue reading

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Dear Practice – Sorry I was such a slacker

My yoga intentions were always pure. In class, I did my best. I kept my mind on my breath, listened to the teacher’s words and watched my alignment. But, it turns out something was missing …. The first five weekends … Continue reading

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Why will knowing “chit” and “iliopsoas” keep my brain growing?

When I started yoga teacher training, I knew we’d study philosophy and anatomy. Four weeks into the program, I’m surprised at the depth of our study. Philosophy class has us reading The Bhagavad Gita (Sanskrit for God’s song) and learning … Continue reading

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