Wind Down at Night with Bedtime Yoga You’ve heard of bedtime reading, but have you considered bedtime yoga? With bedtime yoga, you can wind down, release the tension and stress of the day, and start your night with focus and calmness. This can help you … Continue readingGuest Post – Tuck Sleep
The Ethics of Yoga A New York Times article has been brought to my attention, written by Sarah Herrington, questioning the ethics of yoga teachers. This article details the more widely publicized cases of sexual inappropriateness that has occurred by “celebrity” yoga teachers. The author … Continue readingThe Ethics of Yoga
The Value of Yoga (in an over-scheduled world) I want to share an article with you, about the value of yoga, that has stuck in my head. Yoga Classes Should Be Shorter by Olga Khazan, of The Atlantic (to which I subscribe). As a yoga … Continue readingThe Value of Yoga
Do you have a busy, unpredictable schedule? Do you have physical challenges that influence your exercise routine? Do you have a personal intention for your yoga practice? A certain pose you want to reach? A deeper meditation practice? A home practice routine? If you answered, … Continue readingIs a private yoga session for me?
As a man walked down the beach, he came across another man. He observed this man picking up starfish and throwing them back to the sea. He calls out to the man, “you there! What is it that you are doing?” The man responds, “the … Continue readingStarfish
When you picture someone doing yoga, you likely picture a group in a yoga studio or a gym. Many of us, however, do most of our practice at home. This can come with a variety of challenges. I have two kids, therefore, two challenges. When … Continue readingFamily Yoga
If you’ve never taken a yoga class, you may have some questions. Here are some of the most common questions about class prep with the best answers I can offer. What do I need to bring/buy? Many studios have mats that you may borrow/rent. However, … Continue readingYoga Class Prep Q&A
This is how I got here… In the summer of 2009, I signed up for my first yoga class. It was outdoors, at an amphitheater on the water. I knew that yoga was supposed to be good for stress management (which I was right about). … Continue readingHow I got here