3-2-1 Ready to Launch

I am so pleased to announce that the new Vinyasa Flow DVD is ready to launch! Our launch will take place on Sunday June 28 from 6:30-8:30pm at the Belconnen Arts Centre.  You are all invited to join us to view and celebrate, and save on your own copy of the new DVD.  ..read more

Vinyasa Flow DVDs Coming Soon

Yesterday I received the Vinyasa Flow Live Class DVD videos (woo hoo!) and today they are off to the printer and this project is almost ready to launch. Here's a sample of what the Vinyasa Flow Live Class will look like...stay tuned for details of our launch party and more!..read more

Congratulations Adelaide YTT Grads

Congratulations to our newest Vinyasa Flow Yoga Instructors who graduated our Adelaide training this year.  They are all heading back to their communities, from Adelaide to Nihll, to share their light and their love of yoga with their communities.  Please join me in congratulating: Roz Hill, Simone Higgins, Daniela Figueroa, Danielle Paphitis, Elisa Franklin, Rosemary Wallis,..read more

Congratulations Vinyasa Flow Graduates

Congratulations to our newest Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teachers.  Over the past 6 months these yogis have been studying and practicing earnestly, and have all demonstrated great skillfulness in creating a space for yoga, leading a safe and effective class, and being enthusiastic and sincere ambassadors for the yoga community.  Congratulations to you all..read more

Can You Be Really Fit and Still Have a Poor Core?

Is it possible that a student can work out, practice yoga, or do Pilates regularly, and still have a poor or weak core? Absolutely! It’s frustrating, I know, but the issue can be a bit complex, and combine any of the following: Weak deep core muscles, including pelvic floor, might go unnoticed if you are really strong in your larger or more superficial muscles. Poor bre..read more

Home Yoga Practice

Time seems to be the biggest obstacle that most of us face when it comes to having a daily practice.  Setting aside an hour or two to practice can be a struggle when there are so many things to get done each day and so many distractions, and so many of us find that a home practice is more of a regular wish than a regular habit. In my early days of Ashtanga Yoga practice, I..read more

Thread the Needle

This sweet and simple spinal warm up is ideal for preparing the spine for practice. This pose warms up the spine through rotation, helps to connect us to the flow of breath and movement, and creates mobility and stability in the shoulder joints. 1: Take hands and knees position. 2: Inhale, rotate your spine to the right, extend right arm out/up as far as is comfortable 3: Ex..read more

Business of Yoga Pt 1

Starting any business is such an exciting experience, and when it’s your dream yoga career that just makes it even more exciting! However, before you get to the fun stuff of naming your business and designing your logo, there are a few things you might want to do. I have been having a few great conversations lately about yoga business, and I thought I’d share some specific..read more

Bhekasana – Frog Pose

Great for all ages, this pose can be playful, practical, or deeply restorative.  Frog is a great posture from which to enter other deep hip openers, or arm balances like Crow.  Therapeutic applications of Frog Pose include alleviating menstrual cramps, low back pain, and constipation. To Begin:  From Downward Facing Dog, step or hop your feet to the outside edges of your ..read more

Congratulations Yoga Teachers!

We have just completed our Canberra Yoga Teacher Training and I'm feeling super blessed to have shared the journey with some awesome yogis.  Thanks to the support of our past graduates who came back to assist, and our teacher training graduates friends and families who all gave their time so generously, from being volunteer students to make sandwiches for the kids, I want to t..read more