Day 29 & 30 Day 29 was my biggest lesson ever. And every month brings this same lesson: STOP. It’s my period. And I went off to work with a headache. I don’t like to take Ibuprofen, or Tylenol or anything like that as they are hard on the liver. I just grin & bear
I headed to the Yoga Conference this morning to hit up one of the free classes. The instructor was Shannon Cluff Henry. I had never heard of her and wasn’t sure if she was one of these yoga celebs from LA or something. Turns out she’s not, and owns a small studio in Vancou
Nearly there! Thank you to all of those who have donated to Yoga Outreach. I am just $90 shy of making my $300 goal. If you would like to donate please go to my Canada Helps page: http://www.canadahelps.org/gp/14292. If you would like to make a cash donation then just contact me. Thi
Yesterday I went to my first hatha yoga lunch-time class at City Hall. I was blessed to be surrounded by lots of fellow office yogis! It was a great class with lots of hip openers mixed with some yin yoga poses. Usually not my favourite, however they weren’t too agonizing. Jane
Continuing with the head and heart theme from the past few days, this morning I decided to do a Kundalini Yoga Kriya to help balance the head and the heart. The kriya seemed pretty simple, but like most Kundalini exercises, after repeating the first movement continuously for 7 minutes
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