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Frequently Asked Questions about Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training

Frequently Asked Questions about Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training:   Q: What is a modular style program? A: This teacher training program consists of ten modules. Each module is a lesson on an aspect of the Myofascial Yoga system.   Q: Do I have to take the modules in order? A: The Myofascial Yoga Training Program […]

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Control vs Choice

A lot of spiritual teachings talk about the letting go of control. This is a very important aspect of spirituality, but one that gets really hazy, sometimes even to the point of dis-empowering people. I think perhaps the missing ingredient is the difference between control and choice. When you are unconscious, there is no choice: […]

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Are you an emotional weight lifter ?

Yesterday I wrote a blog post about the tragedy at the Cincinnati zoo. What I noticed was how difficult the situation was for people to handle emotionally. There were so many heavy and difficult feelings floating around. So I started to wonder: are we prepared to feel all of this?   I am a yoga […]

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The answer is Love

I’d like to take a moment to talk about the gorilla at the Cincinnati zoo. Was it the mom’s fault? Was it the zoo’s fault? Was it the gorilla’s fault? You may not agree, but here’s the thing. It was no one’s fault.Before reacting to this issue, I decided I would do my research.Actually, before […]

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Sponsor a Yogi Program

As many know, I have been a single mom for many years It has been a powerful learning experience for me to create a healthy relationship with the obstacles that arise as a parent, entrepreneur, and healer. I have developed a passion to help other single moms and young adults to realize their healing goals.   […]

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Flu season healing meditation

During flu season I often see posts in my newsfeed about which steps to take to ward off the flu. Natural remedies, usually: anything from standing on my head to wrapping my feet in onions. Not that I am against any of those things, but what I find is that almost all of them support […]

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Yoga is like couples counselling with your own Self

Yoga is like couples counselling with your own Self; its purpose is to create a healthy relationship between you and your body. One of the greatest perks of yoga is how it manages to heal your relationship with your body. I often say in yoga class that you can really tell your practice is working well […]

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Spring classes 2016

Spring classes start March 3rd! Check the spring schedule here.   

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Dear Body, I Love You

I find the whole “This food prevents cancer” and “That food causes cancer” mentality to be incredibly unhelpful in my day to day life. I don’t believe that there will ever come a day when I am immune to the perils of a human existence. I can eat organic kale till my poop turns green, […]

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Myofascia Yoga

What is fascia and why is it an important part of your yoga practice?   “How tuning into your body’s connective tissue when you practice yoga can help you reap ALL of yoga’s benefits.”   The word Myo means ‘muscle’ and the word fascia means ‘band’ (or connective tissue), so when you hear the phrase myofascial yoga, or myofascial release, we […]

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