Tag Archive: practice yoga anywhere

How to Practice Yoga Anywhere

1. Keep a flexible schedule If every minute of every outing is planned, scheduled and booked, we’ll never have time to practice. The spaciousness of free time is what allows us to feel out what… Continue reading

Meditation on Self Love

The Universe will always offer chances to reboot. (Like the full lunar eclipse we just experienced!) There are times when it really is beneficial to pause and honor all that we’ve experienced before… Continue reading

Yoga For Hikers, Runners & Climbers

The season for High Sierra hiking is dawning here in the American West. Though I hike year round — usually to get to a rock climbing destination — and run weekly, there is… Continue reading

Gratitude & Joy Meditation

If you want to feel a little lighter and happier or strengthen your gratitude muscle, this is the perfect Minute Meditation. As always, it only takes a minute, though you can add on… Continue reading

Centering Meditation

This podcast is for those times when you feel out of whack and a little disconnected from yourself. It only takes a minute to find your center!

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

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

6 Ways to Sit Less & Move More

Sitting is the new smoking. It’s something we may have thought wasn’t such a big deal, until we saw the repercussions. And it’s killing us. Chronic low back and neck strain and higher-than-ever… Continue reading

Tantra: It’s (Not) All About Sex

When it comes to Tantra, there always seems to be confusion. Most have come to associate it with sex; they hear tantra and immediately think Kama Sutra, and picture a whole bunch of… Continue reading

Taking Off My Shoes

I walk out to the concrete slab and remove my shoes. I’m not trying to keep my feet OR the concrete clean, or for that matter to make either of them dirty. Taking… Continue reading