An Abrupt Awakening

July 31, 2016
Four years ago I was hurled into an event that inspired me to create a platform for addressing our relationship to death and dying.

“Your students are your mirror. Through this mirror you view your world.”

July 20, 2016
2015 Summer Immersion Graduate, Joshua Thompson 31 years old  Teaching at Corpus Christi Yoga Studio, Student Apartment Complex, and  CrossFit Gym  How has life changed since taking the YogaMotion Teacher Training [...]

A thirst for more and a desire to rise

July 19, 2016
2015 Summer Immersion Graduate, Lisa Daniels 53 years old  Teaching at her own studio, Full Circle Therapeutic Yoga in Bozeman  How has life changed since taking the YogaMotion Teacher Training just one year ago?  [...]

Savasana – The Ultimate Letting Go

July 13, 2016
Embracing our Fear of Death (Abhinivesha) If you have practiced Hatha Yoga at all, you have found yourself at the end of the practice stretched out on the floor, arms and legs extended, head and torso supported. [...]

Dvesha Gone Wild

July 11, 2016
Aversion and the state of the World

Addressing our Attachments

July 07, 2016
Straight to My Heart Today I write with grief in my heart as a lovely young lady, a friend of my daughter, was lost to the power of the ocean along the Napali Coast this past weekend. Kayaking with a friend, the [...]

Softening the Ego

July 06, 2016
Finding Freedom from Suffering False identification happens when we mistake the mind, body, or senses for the true Self. —Yoga Sutra II.6

A Path to Freedom

July 02, 2016
Independence from the Inside Out Warming my toes in the sunshine with Emigrant Peak looming in the distance, I relish this view here at Mountain Sky Guest Ranch. Asked to offer yoga and massage for a few weeks [...]


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