The Practice of Yoga Nidra

The Practice of Yoga Nidra

The Practice of Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra came to me in one of my teacher trainings a few years ago. I was (and am) a very driven yogi, who loves to explore, push and go further, so it was a huge surprise to me to find so much satisfaction from such a “slow” practice. Yoga Nidra is an...

Setting Intentions

  As I was driving home today I was reflecting a lot about the end of 2016 and all the tribulations, rejoices, and memories created each year.  I don’t set resolutions for each new year, as our goals shouldn’t be something to stress out over and I don’t like to...
Facing the Painful Effects of Tragedy, One Downward Dog at a Time

Facing the Painful Effects of Tragedy, One Downward Dog at a Time

This article originally appeared in Mountain Life. “This ring has an arrow on it. It’s pointing forward to remind you to move forward in life. I hope it fits you?” Sasha Pellow, a student in my 30-day Yoga Teacher Training in Pemberton, is handing me gifts on our last...
Honouring the Full moon in your Yoga Practice

Honouring the Full moon in your Yoga Practice

A full moon is a beautiful time to spend in reflection; noting what serves you and what does not, setting new sankalpas (heartfelt intentions) and partaking in a slower more meditative lunar yoga practice. Yoga allows us to remove barriers and blockages that we have...