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What a joy! We were twisting and shouting for an hour this morning… you guys ROCKED IT OUT!!!!! I will miss you guys every Saturday morning. Mwah!
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”
What I’ve Done by Marie Digby is amazeballs (thanks to Zach Braff for the nomenclature). Certain songs say, “Hi, I’d like for you to cry today, human.”
You asked for it… you want to know the music I play in some of my classes. Here is the first of many playlists I will post so you can find the songs that have inspired something to stir within you as you practice. I am so grateful to the artists who have inspired me.
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?”
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”