Summer Self-Care for Women Workshop We’ll explore using the tools of Yoga and Ayurveda to develop self-care routines that support a woman’s health after the age of 35. 3 Saturdays in Summer from 10am-12pm June 25, July 23, August 27 at the PAC Center in Swarthmore, PA Find out more about your dosha, or personal… Continue reading Self-Care for Women
Learn Yoga Nidra, the Art of Conscious Relaxation 3 Thursdays in Summer from 5-6pm at the PAC Center in Swarthmore June 23, July 21, August 25 Give yourself permission to relax and rest, while setting intentions for personal growth and exploring the deeper self. Yoga Nidra is a guided relaxation practice that includes a systematic… Continue reading Summer Relaxation
Find the deeper reason behind why you show up for yoga. Once you find the real reason why you practice yoga, it can literally help you get up in the morning!
Are you having a Red Light day? As we move into a busier season, it’s so easy to take on too much. Here are a few ideas for developing your energy awareness skills in order to build, balance, and restore your energy levels.
If you’ve ever been asked to form an intention during a yoga class or meditation exercise, and found yourself floundering or resisting the request, you’re not alone. Me too, friend. Once I tried Yoga Nidra, however, I was hooked on intention-setting. I learned that the purpose is not to manifest your wishes out of thin air,… Continue reading A Guide to Intention Setting
Ujjayi breath is a common yogic breathing technique where a soft oceanic sound is created by constricting the vocal folds in the throat. Also called Victorious Breath, it sounds like a faraway ocean, or your fans cheering for you! Try Ujjayi Breath for calm focus as you sit in meditation, practice yoga, or go about… Continue reading Ujjayi Breath for Calm Focus
I discovered Bee’s Breath, or Bhramari Pranayama, many moons ago when it was offered as a tool to help reduce my anxiety. Back then, before I began a regular yoga and breathing practice, sometimes “taking a deep breath” or even focusing on the breath at all wasn’t helpful or made things worse. However, in the… Continue reading Hum Your Way to Health with Bee’s Breath
My very first yoga teaching job – fresh out of my 200-hour teacher training in 2015 – was to “adapt” vinyasa yoga for folks of varying mobility levels living in a senior assisted living facility. One of the most participatory students was my 97-year old grandmother Ellie, who had been really active all her life… Continue reading Chair Yoga is for Everyone
The human is a finely tuned instrument capable of receiving and transmitting an enormous variety of energies – but you need to plug it in! Grounding is like plugging yourself in to the Earth. “As a lightning rod protects a building by sending excess voltages into the ground, grounding protects the body from becoming overloaded… Continue reading Getting Grounded
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