I met Sarit at an Eat, Breathe Thrive yoga workshop in Los Angeles. I was immediately drawn to her. She looked so cool, calm and comfortable in her own skin. Throughout the workshop, I continued to be charmed by her honesty, authenticity and welcoming nature that made anyone around her comfortable in her presence.… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher: Sarit Z Rogers
I would like to invite you on a journey. A journey that explores your own authenticity. A journey that explores the potential for alchemy in your life. Our theme here at Share Yoga for the month of May is Authenticity, which correlates perfectly with our new Share Yoga book club book, “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho. Coelho… Continue reading Alchemy & Authenticity
Our Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher series continues with a teacher I am completely in awe of. I am in awe of her strength, her vitality and constant commitment to being a human BEing rather than a human doing. In spite of her battle with Common Variable Immune Deficiency, she has been… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher: Lori Tindall
Our theme for the month of March is “Simplicity”. As I was sitting here contemplating on the meaning of simplicity and how simplicity applies to our yoga practice and our life, the gift of the present moment came to me. Ahh yes! How often are we caught up in our thoughts, our to do lists… Continue reading March 2015: Simplicity
Tapas is that inner motivation that fuels us to do the things we need to do. Join us for a special #yogachat about tapas this Friday at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern. Follow @shareyoga on Twitter for more information.
It’s a New Year and a lot of us our building our “To Do” lists with new goals and resolutions. For our first yoga chat of 2015, we would like discuss how to create “bite size” intentions for big impact.
What is seva? “Seva” is a Sanskrit word meaning “selfless service” or work performed without any thought of reward or repayment. In ancient India seva was believed to help one’s spiritual growth and at the same time contribute to the improvement of a community. The holiday season is a perfect time to reflect on the… Continue reading Seva & You: How to Be of Service #yogachat
This Friday on Yoga Chat we will be talking to one of our favorite yoga teachers, Julian Walker. Julian is well known for his ability to incorporate music as part of his teaching style. He skillfully and effectively creates playlists that let your heart sing while you experience a more profound mind body connection
This month in our “A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher” series we are featuring a yoga teacher near and dear to my heart. From the very first moment that I walked into her class, I felt like I had come home. I was completely enveloped by her warmth, her vivaciousness, her precision… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher: Debbi Murphy
On this week’s yoga chat we will be talking about your love of yoga music on and off mat, the artists that inspire you the most, and we will offer resources to create your own yoga playlist!
Welcome back to our new series, “A Day In the Life of a Yoga Teacher”! Part two in this series finds us on the other side of the country in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. We had the opportunity to interview a certified yoga therapist who primarily teaches soldiers, veterans and military dependents. What is her… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher: Melissa Aguirre
How do we honor our own experience as we move into the summer solstice? This insightful post dives into the meaning behind sun salutations and includes tips on how to make this change in season your own.
Welcome to our new series, “A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher”! In this series, we will be revealing what you’ve always wanted to know about your favorite yoga teachers. For example, do they eat kale and kombucha for every meal? Do they meditate for hours on end while in headstand? Or, are… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher: Julian Walker
Kim shares her final thoughts on the Sister vs. Sister 10 Day Meditation Challenge I know it has been quite some time since my last post but I have continued with a daily meditation practice and I have learned so much! I am so grateful for this experience. So for my final notes I thought… Continue reading Kim’s Final Notes on 10 Day Meditation Challenge