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BLUEBERRY YOGA and PILATES

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Daily Ohm

Posted on 14 February, 2020 at 19:10 Comments comments (0)
I am always inspired by nature;here on the West Coast we can have hail snow rain and sun all in  one day. Much like our day, it is seldom we can predict how it will be. I always craft my classes to reflect our day, our soulful day filled with emotions we sometimes ignore. Make your practice full of joy, settle into the uncertainty of a new challenge forge ahead with determination and end on the proudest note ever fulfillment. Press pause and rewind the next day since we can only get better with practice. Much love




Inspiration

Posted on 19 January, 2020 at 14:54 Comments comments (0)
There is a certain courage it takes to attend your first Yoga class. A certain courage to refrain from measuring yourself up against the other practitioners. A certain courage to look within yourself as you practice. A certain courage to let you efforts be enough. Each and every time you practice remember every foot step, every hand print has purpose. Allow this purpose no matter how small to be the only important thing you achieve on your mat today.

Namaste

Inspiration

Posted on 8 April, 2019 at 18:00 Comments comments (0)
I am always asked where my inspiration comes from. Nature is an immediate source. I am in embrace something inspired by the things and creatures around, which herald changes. In this case spring. The reason to grow, aspire to change and the courage to embark on something new and challenging. Sounds exciting? That is  the message I try to bring to each of my classes. Have your own inspiration? bring it to class. 

Yoga anatomy

Posted on 8 April, 2019 at 17:22 Comments comments (0)
I see both in my Pilates classes and Yoga classes many students with shoulder pains. This seems to be directly related to life style..YOGA ANATOMY
Yoga Anatomy: Use Yoga to Ease Neck Tension from Slouching...See more

Yoga Anatomy

Posted on 15 May, 2017 at 17:45 Comments comments (0)
I see both in my Pilates classes and Yoga classes many students with shoulder pains. This seems to be directly related to life style..YOGA ANATOMY
Yoga Anatomy: Use Yoga to Ease Neck Tension from Slouching...See more

Winter Solstice 2015

Posted on 16 December, 2015 at 21:23 Comments comments (0)
How will you celebrates the winter solstice... In the Northern Hemisphere this solstice is celebrated between Dec 21st -Dec 22nd...a solstice is always a reason to celebrate.. what is it? The December solstice according to Astronomers represents the longest night and shortest day.. so you can get home quickly from work and start the partying earlier and for much longer:) If you happen to go to a yoga class before the party celebrate by being expansive with your asanas. .. In my own practice I plan to honour my good fortune for such a wonderful year and make my practice all about the humble warrior....Happy winter solstice everyone..




How To Face Another Rainy Day With A Smile

Posted on 6 December, 2015 at 21:25 Comments comments (0)
Each day is a little life , Every waling and rising a little better, Every fresh morning a little youth, Every going to rest and sleep a little death....Arthur Schophenahuer

Fall yoga practice

Posted on 4 October, 2015 at 19:50 Comments comments (0)
Because Yoga is rooted in Hindu mythology, I like to link stories about the Gods and Goddesses who gives us inspiration for our practice. Where I live in the North West Fall presents itself with showers, winds and then full on rain. It is not cold yet it is no longer warm, the sun has waned and the light has faded. The Goddess Durga is known to be the mother of the universe, she goes by  many names and avatars. She has many arms to protect her devotees from all corners of the universe, and many weapons to call on each in itself symbolizes our abilities. She embodies both the male and female self (Shakti) she travels mightily on the back of a lion. Who would not want this powerful being to become the inspiration for a fiery Fall practice. As the days shorten and the nights become colder, as simple beings we crave hibernation, and begin to fold in onto ourselves. Using Durga as the inspiration we can learn that success is not certain (the symbol of the unopened lotus) and that knowledge is but applied perception (the sharpened sword) On our mats this fall these two simple bits of offerings can bring us to our mats humble and without expectation. Do  not forget to smile. Namaste

The Blood Moon 2015

Posted on 4 October, 2015 at 19:16 Comments comments (0)
Did you miss the Blood Moon,?  Well even if you did its effects on our being lives on for another week or so. As yogis we are apt to create intentions for our practice, based on how we feel at the time or a future expectation. The powerful moon dictates how we spend our nights preceding its might, as a full moon or recently as a blood mood. Either way we  feel fiery and bold, restless and excited, sleep is just at our finger tips and hard to grasp. How do we use this, energy. Practice with many Salutations to the Moon, let your practice be warming and cooling at the same time. Chandrasana (the moon) can be cooling but many yogis feel warmed and stimulated, so intersperse your Moon Salutations with Balasana (child.s pose) Make a dance of your salutation. This restless energy will pass. do not let the opportunity to create something new and powerful slip away. welcome to the Fall...

Follow your Heart

Posted on 29 June, 2015 at 22:00 Comments comments (0)


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