Category Archives: Yoga Teachers
Ever tried to memorize the Yamas and the Niyamas? Try learning this song and you’ll never forget. The Yama and Niyama song is written, sung and gestured by my teacher, Tom Gillette, studio owner over at Eyes of the World … Continue reading
This past weekend, I spent my Sunday afternoon with Stephanie Snyder for a three-hour intensive practice aimed toward opening the heart and engaging the core. As part of my intention of finding balance throughout this fall, I’ve been attending different … Continue reading
In June I posted about the effects of yoga on PTSD. Earlier this week on the Huffington Post, Rob Schware interviewed Master Sergeant Chris Eder, the Semper Fidelis Health and Wellness public Affairs Officer and Staff Yoga Director. Eder has … Continue reading
Can I teach you something I learned from my teacher? Maybe you already know, but since it is pure gold, it bears repeating. Here it is: If it seems hard today, remember, what you practice gets stronger.
Before I left Providence, RI to move to California, my friend Alison, who owns Shri-Studio in Pawtucket, told me that I have to try a class with Rusty Wells. So, almost two years later, I finally got a chance to make … Continue reading
Read this: Bernice Bates, 91, of Pinellas Park, Fla. was recently awarded the title of “Oldest Yoga Teacher.” She is more flexible than people who are a third of her age, The Associated Press reports. Bates explains that she goes … Continue reading