If you've made it this far, you are a champ! So you've perfected your chaturanga and started to fly your crow in bakasana... Now what??? Part of the process of exploring our third chakra is rising above our fears. A great way to do this is in sirsasana (supported headstand)! Look. I know many of... Continue Reading →
Now that you've mastered your chaturanga dandasana, you're ready to start exploring bakasana (crow pose) and parsva bakasana (side crow)! If you are new to these movements, you may find having a blanket or a block nearby handy to make them more accessible. There are many different ways to get into these poses, but I... Continue Reading →
It has been a while since my last post! I apologize for the delay, lovelies, but life has been hella hectic over here. This past weekend at Yoga School was focused on the third chakra, Muladhara. This chakra center is located approximately at your navel and is associated with fire and its transformative properties. Sometimes... Continue Reading →
You guys... The struggle has been real. Doing my best to film new stuff for you all! As you will see in this video, it is getting harder and harder to find "alone" time at the gym haha. Here are three yoga sequences you can try at home! Feel free to do a different one... Continue Reading →
...Or in other words, the yogi version of Marcia, Marcia, Marcia. Last weekend we had a crash course in Ayurveda. Not going to lie, it is A LOT of information, but knowing a few small concepts can drastically improve your life. So what is Ayurveda?The term "ayurveda" comes from the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and... Continue Reading →
We've all got a lot of things going on. Maybe you need to take the kids to school every day. Maybe you work late. Maybe you are a full-time student. Maybe you are just really lethargic during the middle of the day. For whatever reason, life just gets in the way of workouts ALL THE TIME. Luckily for you, you're a clever minx. You know the secret to combat this...
I've compiled some of my favorite exercises for you to try at home! This can be done on it's own or in conjunction with another workout. 🙂