January Yoga playlist

I have been teaching yoga since 2017, and virtually since March 2020. It’s been quite the journey learning my style and groove, and creating my ideal class. Before I share more, I want to acknowledge that I am a white woman from Canada, so my yoga programming is based off of historical teachings, but isContinue reading “January Yoga playlist”

Movement breaks for kids – getting through your virtual school day

If you have a child, you know that sometimes they can have TONS of energy that needs to be burned throughout the day. This is not a new thing, but with more kids in virtual school again this year due to the second (or third) wave of the pandemic, managing your child’s energy is moreContinue reading “Movement breaks for kids – getting through your virtual school day”

Getting into an online yoga practice

This year has flipped a lot of our worlds upside down. Not only can we not see many of our friends any family due to COVID-19, but many of us our unemployed or underemployed, and many of our mental health strategies have been taken from us with various closures. Toronto, Peel and Ottawa region haveContinue reading “Getting into an online yoga practice”

Acknowledging and validating the experience of anxiety in children and teens.

“You’re young, what do you have to be anxious about?” As a young adult, we constantly are told that anxiety came with life experience and massive responsibilities. Because we were young and “only had to worry about” school, we didn’t have stress. If you had to take care of a family, finance a house, worryContinue reading “Acknowledging and validating the experience of anxiety in children and teens.”

Yoga is often the worst advice; words from a yoga instructor

Did you click on this blog as an avid yoga practitioner or a passionate yoga teacher to defend the practice of yoga? Did you see this title and get defensive about the power of yoga for all bodies? Or have you had an experience in which yoga was wrongly or inappropriately recommended to you andContinue reading “Yoga is often the worst advice; words from a yoga instructor”

Social media accounts to follow this week

If you don’t know me, I am a huge fan of social media and have been really active on social media during this time of COVID quarantine. As someone who has lived in a couple different cities, has friends from all over the place, and loves connecting with people, instagram is my go to avenueContinue reading “Social media accounts to follow this week”