At 10:36 PM EST this Sunday, January 20, the Earth will be perfectly positioned between the Sun and the moon, casting a blood red shadow across la luna. With the full moon passing through Leo and partial eclipse, this will be the best time to bring that fire energy and release any negatives that prevent us from being our best selves. It may be cold, but we’re going to light it up babe!
“To travel once meant to be intrepid, to explore, to truly depart from the norm.”
Take the path less traveled with In Harmony Yoga.
Join us for a retreat fully immersed in culture, spirit, and heart. Learn practices from ancient yogic traditions. Take an inside look of Spanish culture, tradition, gastronomia, and sights in nature so beautiful and wondrous, UNESCO has designated the area a biosphere reserve and World Heritage Site.
On the outskirts of Downtown Seattle, there’s a place you can go to learn how to fly… well, not literally.
Flight Room Seattle, located in the Central District neighborhood, recently opened its doors to their new studio with intent to bring yoga, flight, movement, and zen to all who enter their doors. I’ve experienced different types of yoga classes in Seattle before, but Flight Room takes their classes to a whole new altitude.
I discovered yoga when I was 16. I was young, vulnerable and not quite sure of myself yet. I was also at an age where I was the most insecure about my body. Being pressured and bullied into having a socially accepted body took a toll on my self-esteem and self-worth. At 16, I thought that my value was worth only what I saw in the mirror.
Our practice so far has been building us up for this challenge. We’ve engaged in poses to stabilize our core, built our endurance with level 2 core stabilizing poses, added a little heat with a fire sequence, and now we will finish strong with balance! As with any balance pose we engage in, please proceed with caution. Listen to your body and move slowly through this practice. Feel free to also use a prop or wall for support as we engage.
Fire will be added to our practice this week! We will focus on really strengthening our core through movement. Last week we focused on holding to endure the intensity of our poses. Think of this as a flowing power sequence. Feel free to take a Vinyasa between each of these poses to add some heat to this sequence.
Hi all! Boy its been a while since I’ve written here, but I’m back! I took a bit of a pause on my site as I began working closely with the lovely folks at the Seattle Yoga News over the summer. Since working with them, I’ve had the opportunity to attend some pretty incredible yoga events in the Seattle area (check out my feature on how to build a better core here). One of the more unique experiences I had this season incorporated yoga with some of our favorite fuzzy creatures at the Seattle Meowtropolitan. Yoga with Cats happens every Tuesday at 8:30 pm. I couldn’t recommend a better way to beat the winter blues than by stretching with these felines. Check out my feature on Seattle Yoga News here.
Earlier this summer, I worked with Seattle Yoga News and Danielle Sack of Sukha Design to publish an article centered around building core strength with yoga. What was originally supposed to be a single article turned into a month long challenge to transform your and strengthen your core!This powerful 4-week progressive series will help build overall core strength and control. We will start the month with core stabilizing poses then work our way through invigorating strengthening sequences.