Yoga Therapy is an emerging field that uses the physical postures, breath work, and meditation to restore a body-mind to wholeness. If you have aches or pains or even anxiety or emotional crises you are dealing with, yoga can help! I recently became certified through the International Association of Yoga Therapists to offer Yoga Therapy to my clients, and I would love to assist you in finding your joy in life. Contact me.
South India 2018
Feb 25-Mar 10, 2018 Join Wildflower Yoga and hosts Rimmi and Pammi Singh, as we return for a third, soul-stirring trip to India. This time we will head south, beginning in the metropolis of Chennai and concluding in the beautiful backwaters of Cochin. Visit temples and natural areas, enjoy delicious food, meet new friends. Registration is now open! Only 4 spaces left. Learn more here.
The Gayatri Mantra is one of the oldest mantras of which we are aware. It honors the sun and all the life-giving energy, heat, and light the sun offers. "Gayatri" refers to the meter of the verse . It means 24. After the initial call to earth, sky, and heavens, the next three lines are of eight beats each, equalling 24. Hear the chant and learn the words here.
Yoga is traditionally a daily practice that is unique to each individual yogi. Yoga postures and meditation can be very therapeutic when practiced with knowledge and awareness. If you are experiencing chronic pain, localized pain, trouble sleeping, or anxiety or depression, find out how yoga can help you in daily life. Even if you simply want to deepen in your knowledge and practice of yoga, Kelly has over 20 years of experience to share. Contact Kelly for more information and pricing.
During summer, the sun is at its highest, the days are long, the air is hot and humid (in our area). We can love this time for the outdoor opportunities to enjoy the beauty of nature, but it may also lead us to overheat. Ayurveda, yoga’s sister practice, offers tips to keep cool. Wear light, […]
I grew up with a tangential relationship to church. We went to a Methodist Church (several different ones over the course of my school years in fact) in order to “gain a moral background” according to my parents who would gladly say that they do not believe in God. These Sunday morning outings usually involved […]
The Bhagavad Gita is a great tale of bravery and courage. One where five Pandava brothers who represent dharma, or the inherent laws within nature and culture, the innate sense of goodness and right-ness within the world, and the hundred Kaurava brothers who represent greed, hatred, anger, and nihilistic tendency. The odds are stacked against […]