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Online live yoga classes via Zoom are available to schedule now– Kinstretch (Tuesdays, 5 pm) and Slow Flow (Thursdays, 5 pm). You can book your class below:
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- core stability from the inside outMy understanding of core work has changed over the years, but for a long time, I understood it as primarily a need to “strengthen the abdominals” in order to “support the back.” In order to accomplish this, I had my students do supine core work with their lower back “glued” the floor; I instructed themContinue reading “core stability from the inside out”
- letting in the goodDo you find yourself scanning through your Facebook feed or news sites these days, looking for the next bad news (this has a name now– doomscrolling!)? Do you feel like you’re always waiting for the other shoe to drop? Does it seem like it’s hard to find anything good at all, some days? It’s notContinue reading “letting in the good”
- movement capacity & mental healthYour body is the way that you experience the world. Although you might imagine that you can feel as others do, “putting yourself in their shoes,” ultimately, everything in your experience is driven by the information your body provides to you. Our bodies are our mind’s proxy in the world. Through our five senses, weContinue reading “movement capacity & mental health”
- resource yourself: my free habit trackerOne of the things I hear frequently from clients and students is how difficult it can be to maintain motivation, even when we know that a particular habit helps us to feel better. When the world feels chaotic and out of control, or our life circumstances change drastically, those habits seem less important as we’reContinue reading “resource yourself: my free habit tracker”
- tolerating big mistakesI’m reading David Epstein’s book “Range” this week– it’s a fantastic book that talks about how generalists, rather than specialists, are primed for success. I love the book because it tells us that those of us who are “frequent quitters” will end up with the most satisfying careers; that failing a test is the bestContinue reading “tolerating big mistakes”