This is an article written by my student Sharon Krischer who has PD https://twitchywoman.com/2016/04/08/yoga-and-me/ “Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.” B.K.S. Iyengar I often find it hard to
Yoga Journal published a recent article on Yoga Therapy. This is the type of yoga I teach and focus on these last several years. “In yoga therapy, we work on individuals, not conditions,” says McCall, a former internist who now
Thanks again to Elephant Journal for publishing common courtesy in the yoga room! Enlightenment is not Entitlement. Namaste means “I bow to the divine in you.” It’s a term of respect, peace and honor. It is said at the beginning and/or
A big thanks to Elephantjournal for posting another one of my articles… There is a serious misconception yoga students have about becoming a famous yoga teacher. Somehow we seem to think that achieving the cover of Yoga Journal (or
Neck pain or tension has become as common as saying ” I have to go to the bathroom.” But does it have to be this way? No. I posted an article to my Facebook page today about doing Sirsasana (headstand)
Some of you may be wondering, “What the heck is a chakra?” A chakra is wheel of electric-magnetic energy located in the subtle body (a.k.a, the human energy field, the aura) that correlates to specific regions in the physical body.
The temperature of a yoga room is always contentious among yoga students. Some prefer it sweltering hot while others want it cooler. Students will disagree with one another over this issue. Yogis complain to the instructor or management hoping to
Learn how to do Half Moon posture properly! Several different alignment techniques are taught to show you how to get into and out of this pose ( with and without props) This posture will increase balance, strengthens the legs,