That’s right, I am moving. My husband is officially accepted into the engineering school at CSU Ft. Collins. I am going back to the land of my yoga certification! And I way too excited about it! Northern Colorado holds so many good memories and I get to permanently live in nostalgia and create new memories!
During this time of transition I have revisited my intentions within my yoga practice and teaching. After this reflection the great universe sent me an amazing tool to make my transition easier! It’s called Thumbtack; and its pretty awesome! I made my little profile and now I just get to sit back and wait for jobs to come in! But, I do need some reviews.
So, if you have taken any of my classes I would greatly appreciate if you could write a few words about your experience in my class. Also, if you are any sort of professional I highly recommend Thumbtack!
So excited to announce my first workshop at Snap Fitness, Pueblo West! This is perfect for any yogis that are looking to perfect poses or even for the hidden yogi that has never done a class before. I will be walking … Continue reading →
I want to share this Live class I had done a few weeks ago. In it I share some stretches I do when I feel that my legs are getting restless or twitchy. These are a few of many stretches, mostly my favorite, please let me know how they help or if you are looking for more!
Originally posted on Namaste All Day: Mind-The mind has an agenda of its own. It stores old thoughts, triggers and patterns from our past, and uses them against us in our present. Unless we have complete control over our untamed…
Hey Glowing Yogis I want to share with you some exciting new stuff that I will be offering! Starting a week from today I will host an live online yoga class! This online yoga class can be available live on … Continue reading →
Simhasana or Lion’s Breath rejuvenates your self-confidence, positivity, boost good emotions and increases desire to advance. It discharges stress, weariness and unconstructiveness. It is a great breathing technique for those who have little time and want to start a day with zeal and enthusiasm. Five repetitions early in the morning will take just two minutes.