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LEARN TO FLY: ARM BALANCES AND INVERSIONS with Trina Hall $25 in advance, $35 at the door Saturday, April 30, 2:30-4:30p Move Studio in Plano, TX ENROLL NOW Have you ever wondered how to move safely into a headstand? What muscles to engage to feel steady in crow? How do they do running man (didContinue reading “Learn to Fly: Arm Balances & Inversions Workshop. Dallas Yoga Teacher. Yoga Private Lessons. Treenuh.com. Trina Hall”
Standing in my own shadow, reflected from the moon’s light on Eve’s eve of the full moon, I discovered I stand in my fear. Before this point of solid reflection along the path I walked tonight, I felt the importance of foundation. My lover took my hand as I reluctantly tread across lava graced byContinue reading “Standing in My Shadow”
Santosha = Contentment 🙂 This reminds me of my favorite symbol of our culture: the smiley face. When you type the smiley, it is a colon, then a dash, followed by a parentheses. The colon directs us toward the pause inherently expressed in the dash, and the parentheses closes the thought. Our eyes are openContinue reading “Santosha.. A type of cheese perhaps?”
Ever contemplate the “best” route to take when driving somewhere? Today, I dropped all ideas and listened to my intuition to guide me from point A to B. The journey led me to the house I grew up in and the pond that became my sacred place as a child. All paths lead to theContinue reading “Driving by intuition”
How do we resolve conflict? I’m practicing disengagement to find my stillness and center. When we are struggling with someone or a situation, perhaps it is best to look at the struggle within. Only in quiet integrity can we approach a situation with stillness, love, acceptance and patience. My mom used to sing to us,Continue reading “Conflict”
Yesterday, I asked my kiddos to create a yoga pose out of clay. At first, I gave each only one color of clay and 5 yoga poses to choose from. Essentially, I asked them to be creative and put them in a box, thus stripping away their creative license. Then, I gave them more colorsContinue reading “Fun with clay”