Outdoor Yoga at The Colorado Chautauqua returns this Spring!

“I’d rather be in the mountains thinking of God than in church thinking about the mountains.” – John Muir Outdoor Yoga at The Colorado Chautauqua ASHTANGA YOGA: Sunday 9am-10:15am Traditional yoga under a cool tent outdoors at Chautauqua this Spring? Yes! We got you. Ashtanga Yoga is often called the “Original Power Yoga” and this … Read moreOutdoor Yoga at The Colorado Chautauqua returns this Spring!

Cinderyogini

A little yoga fairytale! When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit in the Spring of 2020, I was furloughed from all of my yoga and dance teaching jobs here in Boulder, CO because everything shut down. Before my online teaching took root, I was in urgent need of a new source of income as there was … Read moreCinderyogini

Moving With Gratitude: Dance and Yoga Workshop

So happy to join my friend and colleague (and one of my favorite dance teachers) Shira Souvignier to bring you Moving With Gratitude, a Dance & Yoga workshop at the Colorado Athletic Club Flatirons this Sunday! More about all the fun we’re up to in my next post. Hope to see you there!

BAE YOGA BOOK CLUB

Since September 2019, BAE YOGA has been meeting every other Sunday at the Boulder Public Library to explore the Yoga-Sūtra of Patañjali and to reflect on the relevance of this ancient wisdom to our contemporary lives. If you’ve never read the yoga sutras before, this is an awesome opportunity to become acquainted with a valuable … Read moreBAE YOGA BOOK CLUB

Restorative Yoga: Form & Function

How to find integrity in the form when you don’t feel the strength to function? Find support to contemplate your structure without the fear of it collapsing. Restorative bakasana, for example, can help you feel the right actions to fully lift the lower body while balancing on the arms: flexion of hips, adduction of thighs, … Read moreRestorative Yoga: Form & Function

Riding the Wave

Feel your breath move in elongating waves through your body, and let your mind surf the full length of their sensation. This wave-like movement is something that was first drawn to my attention many years ago while studying physical theater and Commedia dell’Arte in Italy (circa 2005). It was taught to me then, in a … Read moreRiding the Wave

Git Woke & Get Saved

This was originally posted on my Facebook in July 2016 and recently popped up as a memory there. I am reposting it here because it is still just as relevant two years later. I have also been reflecting more on the sufferings of my pre-Ashtanga days that this post alludes to, and would like to … Read moreGit Woke & Get Saved