Headstand, or sirsasana, is one of the easiest of the inversions in yoga. If you ever attended a gymnastics or tumbling class as a child, you probably practiced this pose. However, even though it’s one of the easiest, it’ doesn’t necessarily mean it’s easy. Here is an easy, step-by-step guide to help you perfectly… Continue reading 5 Steps to Successful Headstand
Even though as a yoga teacher I am here to help you in class, there are plenty of things that YOU as a student can help me with. No, I’m not asking you to sweep up after your fellow sweaty students, or to spot someone’s handstand, these are just some yoga etiquette tips… Continue reading How to Help Your Yoga Teacher
When I was young, I loved to draw, paint, sculpt, and scribble. A large part of my childhood was spent in front of a canvas. I won a few competitions and was even featured in a museum for a little while.
I started my minimalist journey before I got married and even then I was just barely getting into it. I had a very specific aesthetic in mind, what I wanted “minimalism” to look like in my home, and what was and was not acceptable. My husband, in some ways, is a natural… Continue reading Minimalism in Marriage
I need a mental break.
Isn’t the internet wonderful? You can find pretty much anything from clothes, to books, and even to yoga instructors. While I do prefer going to a studio for my personal yoga practices, when I don’t have the time to go or if my roads are icy (yay Utah winters!), YouTube is a great resource. It’s… Continue reading My Top 3 Favorite YouTube Yogis
As a small child, I remember wanting to be blonde like the other little girls. Partly it was because my curly hair was unruly and was painful to comb out, but it was mostly because the other girls possessed the traits that I believed to be truly beautiful. Their skin was fair, their hair was… Continue reading Being Okay with How I Look