Have you settled in for a luxurious savasana and had your teacher read a life-changing quote aloud? Has a poem or short story left you elated, inspired, and more connected to your true self? In this blog post, I reveal some
Yoga is an amazing practice that serves as a guide to wellbeing. It strengthens the physical body, balances your emotions, and awakens your spirit. Time on the mat gives you energy and clarity of mind. It’s a wellspring of vibrant living.
Everyday life is full of mental and emotional pressure. If this tension causes anxiety, then you might experience strain in your relationships or reduced joy in your work and home life. Instead, you can shift your perspective about this pressure and
One of the most powerful skills as a teacher is the ability to design a memorable experience for students on the yoga mat. You create sequences to move the body safely through postures, but you use yoga class themes to focus
Listening could be one of the most important tools you utilize as a yoga student and yoga teacher. It’s a sign of respect, it enhances harmony in relationships, and it teaches you about yourself and the world as a whole. Yet
The holiday season can be full of fun and folly. It can involve unusual schedules, staying up late, and indulging in lots of delicious food. Many of these situations could disrupt your internal stability and cause unnecessary stress. Instead, stay grounded
People often ask, “how do I turn my dreams into reality?” One answer would be to understand the power of Shakti. While many of you might be familiar with Shakti as the wife of Shiva in Indian cosmology, Shakti also refers
The heart of the yogic paradigm is that we, as humans, are part of an infinite, intelligent, and evolving universe. In fact, our true self mirrors that unending field of possibility. You are abundantly creative and you are powerful beyond measure.
In the Toronto TEDx talk by Drew Dudley, he explains that we all have immense power to be leaders everyday through lollipop moments. Dudley defines a lollipop moment as one “where someone said or did something that you feel fundamentally made
Have you ever felt relaxed and satisfied one minute, then found yourself full of worry or anxiety the next? Did you ever have the most amazing day at work followed by an unexpected argument with your spouse? As humans, we have