I have been what I would consider a dedicated practitioner of yoga for almost 8 years now. I found yoga while attending college at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, looking for new ways to workout at stay in shape (as Im sure many of us do in the beginning). When I graduated from Cal . . . → Read More: Staying Committed to Your Practice
If you’ve ever taken a yoga class with me, you’ll know that I always end my classes with one, joined “om” (aum). This is always simply an invitation for everyone to join me, and of course is not mandatory. Many people do not chant Om, which is 100% fine if that does not resonate . . . → Read More: Why Do We “Om” in Yoga?
Emil and I in Bali this year
This is an article written by my good friend, yogi, and yoga teacher Tania Plahay who lives in London. She is a really beautiful and inspiring person, and I thought that I should share this article with all of you since I think it is really important . . . → Read More: Pravritti-Nivritti and Finding a Suitable Practice