I once had a strong, burning desire to hang out in a handstand for minutes at a time. I would ask every handstanding lady I knew what their secret was...
I was born to be a Pacific Northwest woman. I love this time of year, welcome the rain, darker mornings and ability to bundle into sweaters and jackets. It is also the time of year when finding a sense of grounding comes pretty easy to me. I love this sequence for it's slowness, contact with the earth and focus on hips and spine.
A sweet little sequence to calm the nervous system and prepare the body and mind for sleep. I often have night of tossing and turning, unable to get comfortable or a mind that is just too busy. Rather than lay in bed and wish for sleep I turn to this sequence to help facilitate rest and relaxation. Try it and let me know how it works!
Feeling a little tight in the front of the legs? This sequence is great for runners, hikers, sitters...pretty much everybody.
Gentle is better with this delicate system. Try the following sequence and let me know how it goes
Pick a few or do them all. Just allow yourself some time to spend in each shape, breathing deeply and relaxing wherever you can.
This yin practice supports the kidneys and adrenals and bolstering your overall vitality. Take a few moments at the beginning of your practice to set an intention...
With summer comes an abundance of greens, vegetables, fruits and BBQs. This practice is an at home assist for those long days spent tossing bean bags, sitting on lawns, riding bikes, playing frisbee and eating too much corn on the cob.
Deep cuts for your yin practice. Maximize stretchiness and drop in my friends.