Attitudinal exercise

“Mind is too powerful to be subject to exclusion. You will never be able to exclude yourself from your thoughts.” – A Course in Miracles, the text – pg. 127 There’s always a reason to be stressed. There’s always something happening to us, or around us that will throw us off balance. That’s just how…

12/08/2018 | by

When I teach, I learn: What teaching yoga is teaching me

“You teach best what you most need to learn”. -Richard Bach Growing up, we’re usually under the impression that those teaching us have it all down, all figured out, and are sharing this from a place of “being better and knowing more”. As I step into the role of teacher and have the honor of…

21/09/2017 | by

Why the world needs to ‘Yin The F- out’

As I sit here now writing this piece on why I think the world needs more Yin, I can’t help but notice the incredible irony of the moment. Allow me to explain… My initial thought behind this piece was generated by some intriguing patterns I noticed amongst others when it comes to the practice of…

14/06/2017 | by

Cutting through the ‘fairy-sparkle-dust’

“Please don’t get caught up on what or how someone who is ‘spiritual’ is supposed to look or move in the world”. – Unknown As I move through my own journey as a yogi, both teacher, and student, I find myself becoming slightly allergic to the alluring ‘fairy-sparkle-dust’ surface and facade which almost seems like…

17/05/2017 | by

Discovering Yoga

“For those who have an intense urge for spirit and wisdom, it sits near them, waiting”. – Patanjali I remember being about 12 yrs old when I found a ‘yoga set’ laying around at home. It was this box filled with two videos, a foam block, yoga mat, and strap. On the box, there was a Hawaiian…

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