March 2023 Practices

March 2023 Practices

March 2023 Practices

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March 2023 Practices
  • Happy Knees

    This is a strength and stability practice to support those hard working joints, your knees.

    This practice pays special attention to not hyperextending your knees, where your quads, hamstrings, calves and shins can be mostly passive and avoids deep knee bending as well as avoids all postures tha...

  • Fluid Flow

    This water element inspired practice is a continual flow of movement and breath without any significant long holds.

    It’s fluid effects are felt as dissolving tension patterns, like solid ice melting.

    It’s a perfect practice for when you’re feeling the urge to move and breathe freely to find eas...

  • Let It Go Flow

    Let It Go Flow is a cathartic practice – an opportunity to burn off the uglies, those regressive patterns of thinking and feeling that leave you feeling not like your best self.

    Through a combination of standing flows and core work, we ignite the inner fire needed to transmute the bad juju into ...

  • Nectar

    Nectar is a rich and sweet liquid produced in the depths of a flower. As such, I’ve always associated it with essence and the sweetness of our life experiences – like we savor the nectar of our experiences so we don’t miss them.

    Today’s practice is nectarian in that it is slow flow leading to re...

  • Fleet Flow

    This Integrated Vinyasa short home practice is a continuous flow, with focus on synching breath and movement through a range of postures that support you feeling nimble and dialed in.

  • Yoga For A Busy Day

    On our busiest days, often the first things to go are the self-care practices that ground us.

    We might think, “I don’t have time today”

    That’s why I think it’s essential to have some shorter practices to keep you committed and consistent.

    This practice is that, short but still complete with j...

  • Live From Soulshine Bali

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    Live classes recorded during Soulrocker retreats with Michael & Sara Franti and me.

  • Drop In

    Dropping in is about becoming present and bearing witness to yourself in the moment. Where your attention is, your mood, the sensations happening right now in your body.

    It’s often harder than it sounds. Some of us need to clear out a little physical and mental clutter first and this practice wi...

  • Cool Down

    Whether it’s after a training session or it’s just HOT outside, this practice will support you in cooling down your entire body-mind complex.

    We’ll move slowly with deep stretches and focus on forward bends and hip openers to pacify both your physical and energetic heat.

    And we’ll finish of wit...

  • Love Train

    Sometimes you need to take the express route to feeling more open, loving and compassionate!

    Rather than try to think yourself there, might as well make it a whole being effort!

    This heart centered practice includes side and heart openers and some grounded backbends to get you back on track.

  • The HIPness

    Lots of different muscles and other tissues work together in support of our hips moving in all the ways they do.

    This Integrated Vinyasa practice aims to address every single one!

    Besides the anatomical benefits of maintaining healthy range of motion, hip-centric classes like this can also be s...

  • Live Asana 3/12/23 - Restorative Yoga with Tracey Garcia

    Live Asana 3/12/23 - Restorative Yoga with guest teacher Tracey Garcia

    Tracey's Last Pose Meditation:

    "I invite you to delve deeper within. Move inward until the world within you is in focus, and the world outside of you becomes fuzzy – less important, like you are a camera and you are zooming ...

  • Nightcap ~ Yoga Before Bed

    Getting good sleep is essential for your health and wellbeing. But sometimes, an excellent night of zzzzzzs feels out of reach.

    This practice is meant to be done next to your bed. It includes simple movements in every direction to discharge your excess energy, a couple in-bed postures and a guid...

  • Heartcore

    A fire in your belly ignites brilliance in your heart.

    This practice is equal parts core cultivation and heart openers to activate your third and fourth chakra energies!

    It also supports core strength and chest and shoulder stretch to keep you strong and supple.

    I’ve woven them together in a w...

  • Back At It

    For a lot of us, our mid and upper backs lose mobility due to posture, lifestyle and a lot of the same movements over and over again.

    This practice aims to restore some mobility and increase a feeling of freedom in your mid and upper back as well as their neighbors, your shoulders.

    It combines ...

  • Onward

    This practice was inspired by the grasshopper, a symbol of good luck and abundance. Grasshoppers are blessed, in my opinion, with the power to only move forward – they can’t go backwards or sideways. So they must always call on their courage to gather the resources of the present and charge onwar...

  • Let It Flow, Let It Go

    It's believed that our issues show up in our tissues. So rather than just try to think yourself into a state of ease, better to get those issues moving!

    This Integrated Vinyasa short home practice is a moving meditation with focus on synchronizing movement, meditation and easeful awareness in a ...

  • Like A River Flows

    Like A River Flows is based on a popular workshop I teach and is inspired by the Earth and Water elements.

    The earth provides structure and the water flows. It winds its way over, around and through obstacles because its nature is adaptable and flexible based on what it has to work with.

    This p...

  • Earthly Delight

    This practice is an embodied ode to our glorious planet Earth.

    We’ll move through a story of postures that invoke reverence, delight, care and celebration.

    It’s an opportunity to celebrate being a part of life on Earth and in your earthly body!

    And I’ll close the practice with a special offeri...

  • Dark Side of the Moon

    One of the lunar phases is called the New Moon, when the sun and the moon are on the same side of the Earth, giving the perspective that the Dark Side of The Moon is facing us, or that the moon has turned inward, perhaps to regroup and reboot so she can shine again.

    We’d do well to allow ourselv...

  • Live Asana: Hearts & Hips from Bali 3/15/23

    Live Asana: Hearts & Hips from Bali 3/15/23

    A morning practice on the day we explored Relational Health. Focus is on both our hearts and our hips. Once again my attempt to capture Michael singing live was thwarted, this time by Zoom trying to cancel out "background noise". Hard to do this withou...

  • Restart

    Just like a computer that can get bogged down with too many open tabs, windows and apps, so can we when we’re juggling a lot of things at once.

    And just like a computer, we also benefit from regular restarts to clear the slate so we can focus our attention where it’s truly needed most and be ful...

  • Mindful Mobility

    Yoga practitioners focus a lot on flexibility, which is a muscle's ability to passively lengthen. This practice, however, focuses on MOBILITY, which is the ability of a joint to move actively through a range of motion and that movement is enabled by muscles that are both strong AND flexible.

    We'...

  • Release

    Wouldn’t it be nice if when we decided to RELEASE something that was troubling us that it simply disappeared?!

    But we all know that’s rarely the case.

    What we CAN do though is choose to RELEASE the CHARGE surrounding whatever it is, to clear the emotional path a bit for resolution or forbearanc...