SUP Yoga in Asheville and Hendersonville

Yoga Challenge Pose: Sukhasana thumbnail
Sukhasana (Easy Seat)…it looks so simple and well…easy. And it is easy for some people to get down on the ground and basically sit cross legged for a breath or two but staying in the pose and working the breath as well as the mind is where it gets tricky. Here’s the breakdown on the [...]

Chunky Guacamole Deliciousness (Costa Rican Style) thumbnail
Chunky guacamole deliciousness or what I like to call, “goodness in a bowl” is one of those recipes I snagged from the ladies who cook for us while on yoga retreat in Costa Rica. When I decided to make this at home and got into researching the different ingredients I was blown away by how [...]

Paripurna Navasana (Boat Pose) thumbnail
Navasana is a big, warming, vigorous pose that I find empowering! There is nothing small about it and it’s a reminder to be the biggest best version of ourselves. Playing small doesn’t work in Navasana. Here’s the how to: Find a comfortable seat on your mat with legs extended. Root down into the mat with [...]

Yoga Challenge Pose – Eka Pada Koundinyasana II thumbnail
This arm balance reminds me a little of break dancing. It’s a fun way to deepen our pose of the month Anjaneyasana and it’s great for arms, wrists, belly and spine. The official name of this challenge pose is Eka Pada Koundinyasana II. I shorten it in the video description to Koundinyasana. Ok…if you are [...]

Turmeric Tea Recipe – What You Should Be Drinking Every Day! thumbnail
I LOVE cooking and feeding people. I believe food is medicine and we are what we eat. Ever notice how you feel sluggish after eating certain things? Think Thanksgiving dinner. Or how GOOD you feel after eating clean, unprocessed, nutritious food? For me, I find it’s more difficult to flip upside down if I’m eating [...]

Anjaneyasana (Lunge Pose)

Anjaneyasana (Lunge Pose) thumbnail
This is one of those poses that I incorporate into almost every session I teach. The versatility with modification and warmth it adds to the body make it unsurpassed in accessibility. Just about anyone can get into the pose (barring, of course any injuries or preexisting conditions). Reminder: As with any type of new movement, [...]