Archive for June, 2012



“Don’t try to be the fastest.” Chogyam Trungpa

Published on June 30, 2012

A candle burns at a consistent rate unlike a camp fire that burns based on available fuel and oxygen. Yin yoga helps us focus on our own candle, watching it burn at its own individual rate. The rate is part of what we honor in our yin practice. It is ours alone. A yang practice […]


Moving past the summer solistice

Published on June 23, 2012

We’ve moved past the day in our year that marks our longest day and our march toward winter. Long, lovely summer days provide us with extra daylight and energy to enjoy our lives. How do we chose to spend these extra hours? Perhaps a daily yoga practice can fit in. A yoga practice doesn’t have […]


A Special Treat!

Published on June 12, 2012

I am headed off for a few days in this beautiful Mid-Western City. I hope to take in a yoga class while I’m there! So all of you faithful Monday nite yogis are in for a treat! A guest teacher for Monday evening June 18th! Pablo will return to the lead mat and guide your […]


Summer Living, Summer Practice

Published on June 9, 2012

Sunflowers remind me of summer and all that is wonderful with the season. Like the sunflower, many of us follow the sun for the energy it brings to our body and soul. While it is not officially summer, many of us start thinking about spending time traveling, hiking, working in our gardens and reaping the […]


Yin yoga: A time for you

Published on June 2, 2012

Often times during class I discuss the difference in yin and yang yoga and the advantages of each. Find balance in our life/practice is an on-going life project (at least for me). Some yogis adore the time, space and stretch a yin practice provides. Others, don’t feel it’s value right away. They move into the […]