Max Strom says the number one thing to look for in choosing a teacher is "are they kind". We couldn't agree more.
Great teachers bring an energy and understanding that comes having gone through there own periods of darkness, and emerged on the side with a new level of empathy and compassion. They are able to inspire and support you on your path.
And they are here to serve. Let us offer you a practice that will change the way you fundamentally view the world while bringing a smile to your face.
I was first introduced to yoga when a good friend asked me to go to a class with her. Even though I was nervous I thought, “this will be a great workout!”
Before I knew it I was practicing on a regular basis. Read More...
Have you ever sought out those magic moments? Or magic people? I looked for magic everywhere in my life. In my entertainment, my books, my relationships.
It took finding yoga for me to understand that the magic I was seeking was in the work I was avoiding. Read More...
As an undergraduate I took a yoga class to fulfill a GE requirement. It was a great introduction…followed by three years in which my yoga mat sat in a closet.
Then a friend invited me to her favorite studio and so began Read More...
I practice yoga because every time I get on my mat, it feels right. Being there makes sense in a way that I can’t see when I am rushing around. It slows me down and gives me the space Read More...
I came to yoga in search of balance.
At the time, I was a brand new classroom teacher, teaching middle school math. My day job was all-consuming. When I wasn’t instructing or managing a middle school crisis, Read More...
My first experience with Yoga was when a friend of mine convinced me to try out a Bikram yoga class. She said it was a great work out and detoxifying. I gave Bikram yoga my very best for two months but when I was introduced to Vinyasa yoga, the love affair began. Read More...