Walking the walls

Check out a new video that I posted to youtube. If you have taken my yoga class, you know that I teach L-Shaped Handstands, and their ilk, in almost every class. I think that these …

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Parallel feet

We want our feet to fall towards parallel when we walk but it is of the utmost importance they find their way there from a rotation of the pelvis not from turning the feet in. …

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The Point is to Feel Nothing

When I am teaching yoga classes I often stress than we don’t really want to feel anything in our muscles while practicing, you simply want to be doing what your body is capable of doing. …

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Learning to Walk: Why Walking

Here is why learning to walk is such a good idea: When Mary S. came to our studio with a chronic ankle injury that wouldn’t go away even after repeated attempts with a physical therapist, …

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The BodyMind Membership Community

One year ago I started a membership program called The BodyMind and it is now moving into its second year and we are truly excited about what’s on the horizon. The BodyMind is a program …

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Arches, Hinges and Pulleys

The body is a machine. As a machine it is made up of numerous arches, hinges and pulleys. An arch is a curved structure capable of spanning a space while supporting significant weight. When you …

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