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Happy Hips

One of my students’ top complaints is tight hips and I spend a lot of time both in my home practice and in the classes that I teach focusing on this area. 28 more words


Tramping, Hiking, Trekking, Walking, Rambling, - YOGA!!

Just walk a little‘ Reese Weatherspoon’s character Cheryl told her brother in Wild, after hiking 2,650 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail  a journey that ‘ 3,772 more words


Q&A: Ross Rayburn

Ross Rayburn travels the world teaching  yoga. He will be at Pulsation Yoga April 17-18 leading three workshops that focus on hip openers, hand balancing, and forward bends and twists. 312 more words

Hips Are It!

“I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my Soul.” 199 more words

Learning and teaching

Valentine’s Day was different this year. I watched my friend’s kids so she and her husband could go on a date, Nick and I went to dinner, I got a sitter so I could go to the gym. 552 more words

Dragonfly Pose Breakdown and My Defense for Complaining About Arm Balancing

I always preface the instruction of arm balances with a warning statement:  “I hate arm balances.”  I am 100% sure I’ve made that clear in more than one blog post as well. 1,105 more words


Get Unstuck with (Modified) Malasana

Practicing hip-opening postures can help release unnecessary emotions that we may be holding onto. It also relieves the stress and tension caused by those emotions. Sometimes we may feel as though we’re stuck, like we can’t move forward in our lives, our career, or our yoga practice. 263 more words