First of all, I love this song. Did you take the time to watch it? You should, it's pretty amazing. It is one of those songs that gives you warm fuzzies and puts a smile on your face. You know what else gives you warm fuzzies and puts a smile on your face? Having people reach out to you at a horse show to thank you for starting to bring more yoga to riding, seeing the stress slip away from a friend's face as they sit after an Asana Practice, and being with like minded indi
This poem was shared during sivasana after a gentle yoga class held at Turtles Yoga and Wellness. I love the poem and the message. Enjoy! “Dear Human:
You've got it all wrong.
You didn't come here to master unconditional love. This is where you came from and where you'll return.
You came here to learn personal love.
Infused with divinity.
Lived through the grace of stumbling.
I just finished a lovely gentle yoga class while traveling through Portland. It took place at Turtles Yoga in Beaverton. I'm passing through Portland on my way to the Oregon Horse Center in Eugene and thought it would be a nice opportunity to join another yogi's class in the area. In addition, my brother lives locally, so I am also covertly doing research for future visits. Upon stepping into the venue I was greeted warmly and was able to sit with a cup of tea while I wait
If you read my last post you know it was about being grateful at our last horse show and then somehow it spiraled into me admitting I had committed to teaching a few local yoga classes in Austin, Texas. While I am excited about you guys knowing about the upcoming local yoga classes, I also wanted to share a bunch of quotes/conversations that came up over the weekend. These quotes are all thoughts pulled from a few inspiring conversations.
Each of these could probably igni
Being grateful has been the topic of many conversations this week/month/year. I know it has been a minute since I have written a post, though please rest assured I have thought about many, many things to write about. I suppose I could say I am grateful for your understanding and patience.
Since returning from Yoga Teacher Training, my schedule has been nothing short of frenetic. I agree this is quite ironic after having been in a zen paradise for weeks. Sometimes you h