How to Do Yoga: Begin With Stability and Ease

There’s very little in the ancient texts that describes Yoga Asana, the physical poses we do to strengthen the spine and stay mobile, although one directive has come down through the ages to inform our practice. It’s central to progressing safely whatever fitness level or whether you’re just beginning or more experienced. Sthira Sukham Asanam- […]

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Why You Resist Self-care and How to Get Past it

It was light out already, but I still felt heavy, and the effort to move brought a lump to my throat. I had woken up again at 4 am unable to sleep, and now I was paying for it. Actually, I was sleepless because of that extra cup of coffee. How do you kick the […]

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Try These Yoga Poses For Flexibility

Do you want to jump higher, run faster, and be able to move without pain? Firstly, Are active and exercising regularly? Then, the reason you may not be reaching your goals isn’t for lack of activity, but rather a lack of flexibility. You need yoga for flexibility. Flexibility is one of the key elements of […]

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How to Breathe Mindfully in Practicing Yoga

The most basic way in Practicing Yoga is simply to focus your attention on your breath, the inhale and exhale. You can do this while standing, but ideally, you’ll be sitting or even lying in a comfortable position. Your eyes may be open or closed, but you may find it easier to maintain your focus if you close your […]

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How Two Minutes A Day Changed My Life Forever

When I started doing Yoga, I only practiced for a few minutes a day. Now I regularly practice 30 minutes to an hour every day with ease. Learn More at a Complimentary Class One of the problems I have, and that I see in my students, is the difficulty of staying with a new habit. […]

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Winter Registration

We have a new registration system for your convenience. Now you can register, choose class options, and pay online. You can still contact me to register at (289) 928-7292 or e-mail me, but now you can choose your program- Session A session is a weekly 1.5 hour class, running for 10-12 weeks (Choose from several […]

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The Number 1 Way to practice Yoga more safely

Yoga asana is the first step in teaching ourselves to focus. We are asked to “listen to our body”, so we place our attention on the experience in our body of doing yoga. The effect of this is increased awareness, but also stillness of the mind as it focuses. Follow this with relaxation, guided meditation, […]

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Yoga that Meets Your Needs

One of the best ways to learn yoga is one-on-one with your teacher. It is very cost-effective as well. In a private setting, you receive the full attention of your teacher, and the lesson is designed specifically for you. You learn at your own pace, and your needs want and abilities are taken into account. […]

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Steadiness and ease in your practice

My teacher gave me this as a mantra- sthira–sukham asanam. It means steadiness and ease in your practice. It was given to me for two reasons- One, I have a problem with my feet- plantar fasciitis. And, two, I have difficulty with my son. He’s 15. Enough said. My feet are hypermobile, so they turn […]

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