Category Archives: Solo Practice

February 8: Deep within the Inner Thighs

Heavy breathing, gentle pulsation, and surrender. I couldn’t help myself.  Yoga is sexy. The trick to opening the hips, hamstrings, inner thighs, and quads is diligent deep work.  This means breathing steady and deep, through overwhelming intensity, and staying alert … Continue reading

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February 5: Bliss (The way of the solo practice Vol I.)

It’s amazing how far you can travel without leaving your yoga mat. Asana Practice: I just spent the last two hours on an epic asana journey. Alone in a dark house, moving through subtle energy, listening to the Desert Dwellers … Continue reading

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January 10: Yoga with Wings

I travel as much as possible, but I don’t like to sacrifice my practice. Yoga in airports has its own complications. Here are a few tips that will hopefully motivate you to practice even if your life frequently has you … Continue reading

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January 6: Honoring the Body

Our bodies communicate to us.  The trick is learning which messages are true and which messages are deceptions.  Pain and discomfort are interesting messengers.  As an athlete, it is important to learn which variety of pain means STOP, and which … Continue reading

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