Approaching your Practice

How do you approach your practice? It’s something to consider. Approaching a subject is often an activity that goes unnoticed, as it’s “just what we do”. Why do we do what we do? Frequently it’s because it’s what we’ve always done. Approaching a subject often requires...

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New class at IYILA!

I'm honored to now be teaching a class at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of Los Angeles! On Sunday mornings I am teaching a level 1/2 (beginner & intermediate) class at IYILA.  For those of you who have not been to the Institute, you'll love it!  It's a beautiful...

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Starting a New Practice

My teacher said recently that to be a good teacher you need to be able to teach as naked as possible. No, he didn’t mean that we should do “naked yoga” (yuck!). He did mean that we must be able to be as much of our authentic self as possible when teaching. I believe...

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Wrist Pain

Many students complain about wrist pain.  This is a common problem for many reasons.  You might find that you spend a lot of time on the computer.  This seems to be the main culprit, but whatever the reason, how you work with your hands when placing them on the ground...

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Upcoming Teacher Trainings

I have a 200 hour teacher training coming up in Los Angeles in April. This is a great way to deepen your practice. I also have a 300 hour teacher training coming up in Los Angeles in August. In this program, I mentor a small group of students interested in developing...

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Namaste – What you'll find here

Welcome to my new website. I am back from India and excited for what the next year holds. You can find my updated schedule here, as well as, any upcoming events. I will also be posting some tips about the particulars of the practice of yoga so please keep in touch...

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