Preparing for the glory, or heartbreak, of your own Olympic moments. Using curiosity and compassion to build their character, so your teen can go for their dreams I love the Olympics. I grew up dreaming about playing Olympic hockey. I love the stories, dreams, and drama of the athletes. I imagine myself in each performance and…
Remember that we’re on a quest to understand how to discover the Real You. You can share comments and questions on the Play Huge blog. Our guy in the orange shirt on the rock looking exuberant, lets say, has found the Real You, or at least has prepared for the journey of discovery. In the old times, when…
Happy 4th of July weekend fellow Yogis! Do you have plans to BBQ, enjoy the sunshine or watch the fireworks? In case you’re still wondering what to do with all this nice weather, here are some holiday happenings in the Portland area:
1. Initiate your asana with Opening to Grace, an intentional approach of softness. In the first moment of your pose, align your heart’s intention with your spirit and your physical being. Soften your whole being with humility. You can begin with any asana.
As you find yourself wanting to relax during this hectic holiday season, then realize you forgot the gift wrap, don’t stress! It happens to the best of us. There are a lot of ways to stay calm during the holidays. Yoga can help free the mind of worrisome with a relaxing meditation.
Todd uses LinkedIN to connect with other professionals and peers in the Yoga world. Recently he answered a question someone put up on LinkedIN Answers and we wanted to share it here with you today because his answer is something we all could take the time to remember once in a while.
When life gets you down and you just don’t feel like going into yoga class, you may be having one of those days. How to beat the lack of motivation and inspiration!