MY THOUGHTS AND INSPIRATION

July 8, 2017

We had an amazing retreat in Thailand!  I wish every single one of you could have been there!  But since we all can't be everywhere at once, I thought I'd give you some of the nuggets from what we talked about throughout the week we were there!  We based our conversati...

April 5, 2017

LA can be a crazy place to live, from the traffic and the number of people living here, to the hard work everyone is putting into their careers, and even to all the social engagements we have on our calendars.  It can be overwhelming, so I like to go to these places to...

October 19, 2016

Lately I've been feeling overwhelmed.  I feel the burden of an ugly political climate, tension surrounding religion and ethnicity in so much of the world, and of course horrible civil wars and natural disasters and it's beginning to feel like too much.  When I began se...

June 21, 2016

We are raised to define ourselves by our accomplishments.  What have we done?  What will we do?  But what if we shifted to defining ourselves by simply being.  Consider this; if you decide, “I am a singer” but suddenly you lose your voice, what are you?  Or you say, “I...

September 17, 2014

Last week in class, we talked a lot about the idea of true accomplishments vs empty accomplishments and the freedom that come from seeking the former.  A true accomplishment is something that speaks to your soul, something that makes the world better, and helps you to...

August 19, 2014

Santosha is one of the main goals of a yoga practice and it translates essentially to contentment.  It’s one of the highest achievements in your life and in your practice because from contentment comes peace of mind, happiness, and love.

 

I recently filmed a class on Ud...

August 4, 2014

I have been traveling these last two weeks to Bulgaria and Greece for a Trinity Retreat I lead with Michelle Goldstein and Ali Owens.  In Bulgaria, I filmed 12 classes for Udaya.com which was difficult but still a blast, and then we took our group to Santorini, Greece...

June 27, 2014

I've noticed that many of my students who are becoming stronger and capable of more difficult asana are getting trapped in the thought pattern that, by pushing harder and harder in their practice they will become better yogis.  That if they always take the hardest vers...

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