Third Eye Chakra

Recently, I've been studying more about the seven chakras.  Each of the chakras is believed to affiliate with a specific aspect of your life.  The chakra that I find to be one of the most interesting is the Third Eye Chakra, which is believe to be affiliated with your intuition and to link to your... Continue Reading →

Standing Mermaid Pose

Standing Mermaid pose is one of my favorite poses because it feels so good.  It's my favorite chest opener and it's also a great hip and shoulder opener, as well. It's a great pose to practice after a hard upper body workout to get that area throughly stretched out.  I like the quote by yoga... Continue Reading →

Benefits of practicing yoga outside

I've started to take my yoga practice outside a lot more and I feel like my practice has improved from it.  The stability of a flat studio floor is substituted for earth's rocky and sandy surfaces requiring more concentration in holding poses and balancing.  Breathing in the fresh air has brought and added invigoration to... Continue Reading →

Pigeon Pose for a Tight Piriformis

I am a runner. With that regularly comes tightness and pain, particularly in my piriformis muscle. The piriformis muscle is a small muscle that lies deep within the buttock region below the gluteal muscles. It has a significantly important role as it helps to rotate the thigh outward and inward. As running increases activity in... Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Inversions

Inversions are most widely classified as an asana where the head is below the heart. Examples of inversions include: head stands; shoulder stands; hand stands; and forearm stands However, more simple asanas are also considered inversions, such as Wheel Pose (urdhva Dhanurasana) and Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana). Inversions not only feel good, but... Continue Reading →

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