Yoga is one of my favorite things. When I injured myself and couldn’t go to class, I picked up Rebecca Pacheco’s book, Do Your OM Thing to learn more about the philosophy behind the poses. I loved this book so
September is National Yoga Month. Coincidentally, it’s also the month I decided to go back to yoga class after 5 months away. Yoga is one of my favorite things. It’s my go-to activity to de-stress, stretch and make myself feel
“Comparison is the thief of joy” is one of my favorite quotes. It’s so true and it’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately because there have been several incidents that have left me feeling inadequate. I hate that
I was a little nervous about this one. I’m not going to lie. When I wrote a post about aerial yoga, someone emailed me asking if I had ever tried Pilates Equipment and suggested I try it. She said she had been
Even though my arm is healed, it hurts like fire when it has to support my body weight. Although I’m mostly fine skipping push ups, it makes it really difficult to do yoga, which is one of my favorite things.
All by myself…. at Barre class…. So I bought a 5 class package of Barre classes from a local yoga studio to try it out. I like it, but I’m still definitely a beginner. (Here’s my tips from the first
I’ve been wanting to try a Barre class for a while because there is something about that ballet barre that speaks to my inner ballerina. I imagine myself, long and lean with my hair in a tight bun, stretching gracefully
Yoga is the perfect holiday de-stressor for me. I love it and go as often as I can. This week, class was fantastic – challenging, but restorative with new poses and variations on old favorites. When it was finished and