Last night I had an amazing opportunity to be interview by Lindsay Marino!! After interviewing her a few weeks back on her woo-woo, she asked me to be a guest on her talk show: Intuitive Guidance with Lindsay Marino to talk about the 8 limbs of yoga. I try to bring this up often, through […]
Category: Nama Say
Nama Say: Downward Facing Dog
A few weeks ago on facebook, I asked if anyone had yoga questions and I got a great one! How do I know my downward facing dog (adho mukha savasana) is in perfect alignment? Great question! To find your perfect downward facing dog alignment, you could start in plank. Your wrists are aligned directly under […]
Nama Say Wednesday: What Mat Should I Use?
I feel like Will Ferrell in Anchorman right now. The moment you see his lovely 70s mustache and he very slowly & loudly says: Excuse me, everyone. I have a very important announcement: CANNONBALL!!! Picture this moment. Now picture me in the car last night with hubby in the passenger seat on the way to […]
Nama Say: Is Yoga a Religion?
Yoga is not a religion. The past three weeks, I have been studying “The History of Yoga” in conjunction with my teacher training. It explains the ebb and flow of yoga and mentions that yoga, specifically in the West is not a religion. In some parts of the world it started as a spiritual […]
Nama Say Wednesday: Chakra’s Part II
This is part two of the Nama Say Wednesday Chakra posts. I wanted to break them up into a more manageable read for you all and am excited to share the knowledge I currently have on our energy alignment (as well as to delve even deeper this year and continue to share). As I mentioned […]
Nama Say Wednesday: Chakra’s Part 1
Chakras are something I often discuss in class. If we are in the middle of a deep twist I will ask my students to rinse out their anxiety and will power through their third chakra. Many of them likely have no idea what I’m talking about, but I try to describe in best […]
Nama Say Wednesday
Hello ladies & gents! I have decided to create a weekly blog feature post called “Nama Say” in which I describe to you some piece of yoga that you may have a question about. Yoga is comprised of an entirely new language to most western yogis: Sanskrit. Sanskrit is an ancient Indian language used for many […]