Category Archive: Virtual Workshop

Post-Run Yoga Sequence

I’m no ultra runner, nor have I ever trained for a marathon, but I love the great, sweaty, endorphin high I get from a run. My runs aren’t often more than a half an… Continue reading

A Few to Poo

Travel, poor dietary choices, stress and a whole slew of other things can cause us to get stopped up. It doesn’t feel good and it’s bad for us not to poop regularly. Whether… Continue reading

Need to Recover? Try This

If you were up late celebrating last night or have been standing on your feet all day. If you feel run down, like you might be getting sick, or need to recover from… Continue reading

3 Ways to Enjoy the Moment (& Stop Feeling Stressed!)

While our senses are fantastic at helping us enjoy the beauty and wonder of life, they’re also constantly in competition for our attention. Our eyes are bombarded with lights, colors and words. Our… Continue reading

One Pose Does it All (for Your Shoulders)

Many things contribute to pain and injury in the shoulders. One culprit is related to how our shoulders (and neck and head) sit in our overall posture. Most of us have a slightly rounded… Continue reading

Your Most Mindful Yoga Practice Yet

Mindfulness is a practice intended to help us bring our awareness to the present moment. The deeper aspects are about accepting, not resisting or trying to control, what’s happening in the moment. Generally… Continue reading

Hands in Prayer Pose: Why Does Yoga Teach It?

Most yoga classes begin with a short centering as a way to bring your attention to the present moment. In this pause before you begin to move your body you often bring hands palm-to-palm, in… Continue reading

4 Stress-Relieving Restorative Yoga Poses to Get You Through the Holidays (VIDEO)

We all know that the holidays can be a tremendously busy time of year. With travel, changes in our diet and sleeping patterns topped off by time spent with family (who may love… Continue reading

Gentle Yoga for Your Low Back (VIDEO)

This gentle yoga sequence touches on all the points that lead to a healthy low back: abdominal strength, stretching the hamstrings, a gentle back bend and even the alignment of your spine when… Continue reading

Beginner’s Guide to Alternate Nostril Breathing

Alternate nostril breathing, or nadi shodhana, is a fantastic tool to bring balance and evenness to mind and body. In a nutshell, we use fingertips to apply gentle, steady pressure on our nostrils, blocking… Continue reading