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Play.

Play. It is not the opposite of work. It is exploring, discovering… playing! Trying new things and seeing […]





Making time for you.

This one is important, whether you’re in the studio or practicing at home. Make time for yourself. Set […]


Comfort & ease.

Sthira sukham asanam. Steadiness, happiness, seat. From the Yoga Sutras, and often translated as The postures should embody […]


Props

Once upon a time, I was a person that used no props in my practice. Not even a […]



Check in often.

One of the key elements of Flow & Hold® is utilizing resting postures throughout the practice to find […]


Affinities & aversions.

In general, I see two broad strokes across the styles of yoga – those that move, and those […]


Challenge

I talked about longevity & vitality as my goal for this practice, which was a great way to […]



Change the flow.

You’ll notice when you come to a Flow & Hold® class that instead of moving through the same […]