Category Archives: sequences

A *Bhujapidasana Class

What the heck is that word, bhujapidasana, you might be wondering? It means “shoulder pressing pose”. I taught a class focused on it this week from a sequence I got from Shiva Rea (surprise, surprise) back in 2009. I was … Continue reading

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Why 108

Tomorrow is the summer solstice. When I worked as an office dweller I often let these days drift on by and I noticed how seasons would come and go without much ado. Now that it’s my job to share yoga, … Continue reading

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Hello from yoga camp!

I’m thankful that the universe is allowing me to stick with my commitment to continuously grow while at my second yoga training with Shiva Rea this year, Fluid Power! Based on her teachings and sequences from her DVD Fluid Power … Continue reading

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a simple sequence

My second yoga video is of a simple, seated yoga sequence. Suitable for all levels and abilities, it will loosen your spine and hips. A great little practice on it’s own or as a warm up to a longer practice … Continue reading

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my first yoga video!

The day you’ve been waiting for has arrived!  You can take class with me from home!  Ok, maybe it’s a day I’ve been waiting for. Before you watch my little yoga video please make note of the following disclaimers: It’s … Continue reading

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Spring? Not quite…

After traveling, working too hard, or playing too much, I find it useful to take a little time to reset.  I do this by eating “better” and sticking to my yoga, meditation, and breathing exercises like glue.  Last week was … Continue reading

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Get Hip about Flexors

As a desk-dwelling, laptop-loving, cycling extraordinaire I have found my hips to be about as tight as the next person. So many of our forward moving and seated activities can wreak havoc on the body and tighten the hip flexors … Continue reading

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