Quote of the Day

Yoga in painful. Not because of the Asana. Yoga digs inside of you and rips all of your emotions out and throws them on the table. Like being gutted. And you have no choice but to choose what you keep and what you cannot let back in again. And over time, Yoga becomes beautiful. And… Continue reading Quote of the Day

The journey satisfies.. Whether it’s a handstand or picking up Legos

I’ve been working on a multitude of Asana in my daily practice. Sometimes I work on one particular posture at the end of my practice. Sometimes 2. And sometimes I just get ballsy and try an arm balance during my practice and I either get it, or don’t, then I move on. In the past… Continue reading The journey satisfies.. Whether it’s a handstand or picking up Legos

Fly your Kakasana with a Yoga strap

Ah, Crow Posture. One of the first arm balances I fell in love with.  It is a beautiful pose that combines strength and grace for an overall remarkable sillouette. It’s also an amazing Asana for utilizing the core and arms at the same time. Building the foundation for more challenging work. You can make entering… Continue reading Fly your Kakasana with a Yoga strap

Accelerate your headstand practice and improve pelvic awareness

Good Morning! Having trouble moving away from the wall in Salamba Sirsasana? Or are you wanting to become more intimately connected with your pelvic functions and create stability and increase range of motion in the hip?  My headstand practice began to accelerate when I utilized “working at the wall” in different ways. When we move… Continue reading Accelerate your headstand practice and improve pelvic awareness

Liberate thy self with Twists and Binds

By Lindsey White CYT300 Many of us practice Yoga daily. Moving through the motions sometimes. Warrior II to Side Angle, Downward Dog to Upward Dog. Of course, we also find our focus on the challenging postures. The “cool” postures. But, how often are you adding a twist to your traditional postures or even playing with… Continue reading Liberate thy self with Twists and Binds

Quote of the Day

β€œChildren are not a distraction from more important work. They are the most important work.” – C.S Lewis

A little bit of life

 Isn’t this tree lovely? This is part of our view out back. I’ve always been a country girl. Grew up and then spent most of my adult life on horses professionally and recreationally. Hunting, fishing, off roading. Yes, a Yoga teacher. Who’d have thought? The possibility was there, when we were looking for a place,… Continue reading A little bit of life