Yoga Hips – One of my favorite subjects!

For some time now the articles and awareness that a woman’s hips are vulnerable to extreme stretches in yoga have caught my attention. Un-square your hips in Virabhadrasana 2…. watch this video.

It appears according to the New York Times

Aadil Palkhivala in Asheville, NC

Watch this video for an overview from Aadil, then join Aadil and myself at One Center Yoga March 22-24, 2013 for an insightful weekend in the practice and teaching of yoga! Clear out the cobwebs just in time for Spring!  …

Become a Yoga Teacher

Becoming a good yoga teacher begins with our practice. While on our yoga mats, we want to build awareness and learn to clear the channels, or Nadis. Using alignment and subtle action, we can create an experience of inner space …

Yoga and the Organic Body, Morning Leg/Back Warm Ups – Part 3

Knowing how to make your back feel good is great.

Try these two poses and see what happens.

In these exercises we are toning the whole front body to observe the release of the back body.

Pay careful attention to

IAYT & Yoga Therapy Today

We all know yoga is therapeutic in many ways, and in different ways depending on the style. IYAT, the International Association of Yoga Therapists is an organizing body for those teaching and currently researching yoga therapy.  The following link is …

Morning Leg/Back Warm Ups-Part 2

Looking for a real good hamstring stretch while keeping your low back safe?  Try this one – after warming up with part 1 first of course.…

Morning Leg/back Warm ups-Part 1

Excellent to set the foundations of the legs and begin opening the hip joint. Learn to maintain the extension of the legs and  spine to create softness of the belly and release pressure on your organs.…

The Art of Choosing

How do we choose and what does that say about spiritual practice?

How we make choices and what motivates us reveals cultural preferences as demonstrated in this video clip from TED. Very interesting.…

Stabilize the Sacrum with Yoga – Part 7

Final Pose in this series. The base of our sacrum is stabilized by muscles. Try Salabhasana, Locust pose legs only with a belt and see if you can find those deeper gluteal muscles. One more way to find your yoga …

Stabilize the Sacrum with Yoga Part 6

We toned our core in Part 5 … now its time to create a good looking yoga butt with Upward Facing Dog Pose! Just like My student Joanne, hands on the floor may not help you.…