More Yoga Practices!
A Yoga Practice For When You’re Super Stressed Out
A Quick Yoga Practice for Your Hips and Your Heart
A Yoga Practice to Foster Productivity and Motivation
A Yoga Practice to Ease Your Troubled Heart
A Practice to Give You a Deep Stretch
A Yoga Practice to Connect You to Your Core and Your Confidence
A Yoga Practice to Connect to Your Worthiness
A Practice to Connect You to Your Core and Your Confidence
Taking Risks as a Yoga Teacher
How to End a Collaborative Project with Grace
This Reading is For You
A Short Practice to Counter Shoveling
How to Create a Daily Meditation Practice
Dealing with Family this Holiday Season
The Yoga Kriya That Changed My Life
What Namaste Really Means
My #1 Posture for an Achy Low Back
Protecting Your Wrists While You Practice Yoga
How to Activate Your Core in Your Yoga Practice
Why You Shouldn’t Sink in Yoga Postures
A Balancing Breath for the Fall
Are You Conforming On Your Yoga Mat
How to Use Social Media Consciously
How to Handle Toxic Relationships
The Best Way to Make Decisions
I Picked This Card for you
5 Things I love About Nick
The Most Misaligned Yoga Posture
Playing a Game with the Twin Tree Healing Sisters
A Restorative Practice to Chill You Out
This month’s practice came a little late this month. My apologies.
But I have a good reason.
I injured my hip flexor dancing to Beyonce at my Sexual Being workshop a few weeks ago.
It was early and I dropped it like it was hot.
Such is life. Especially when Queen Bae is involved.
So I needed some time to recoup.
But this month’s practice is really special.
Consider it a balm for your heart.
Whether your heart is broken, or guarded or suffering or overwhelmed or even bursting with joy, this practice will both soothe and open your troubled heart.
Not only will we focus on opening your heart, we will also spend time balancing that out by opening the back of your heart as well.
So give a try and let me know what you think.
I did the practice and it is intense and powerful.
I really loved it. I hope you do too.
**Please consult your medical provider if you are unsure if this practice is safe for you.**