Unfortunately, over my 12 years of being in this field, I've observed that the public isn't educated as to what class to go to and why.
They're told that Yoga will help them, and they blindly trust that the teacher has the proper training (hint: there's a high probability they don't). Not to be scary, but... the mixture of false-confidence, a hot bod, and an eager 20-30-40 something can create a dangerous mixture for the uneducated public. Read More
Please refer a loved one to me who may benefit from this user-friendly, accessible, and functional form of asana. Read More
In our modern prescription oriented medical culture, you may find yourself asking your healthcare professionals, “What do I do for this SPECIFIC ailment that is UNIQUE to me?’ We often don’t ask questions like, “What am I doing everyday to create this issue?” Or, “What have I been doing the past twenty years that may have attributed to this ailment?” Read More
The Yama’s are Yoga’s ethical restraints, or disciplines. They’re the first of eight limbs along the path of Yoga, which is considered an entire way of life. Most people are aware of the first five Yamas, with the additional five being lesser known. The term Yama can be interpreted in a variety of ways such as, ‘moral restraint,’ ‘to rein in,’ ‘to curb,’ or an ‘ethical duty.’ The first mention of the Yamas is in the Rigveda (verse 5.61.2) and is mentioned again in the Jain Agamas. Read More