In August a kind student nominated me for the Toronto Star Readers’ Choice. Today the official nominees were announced and I am on the list! I’m nominated in two categories, a big thanks to you and grateful for every vote you cast!
Sharing my recipe for this delicious treat. After posting my pic I had many requests for the recipe – so here it is. Wild blueberries are still available so enjoy.
Gillian completed the 2013 Teacher Training Program that I directed for a number of years. In addition to being responsible for the syllabus, I taught a significant number of hours covering topics of asana, deconstruction and analysis; teaching skills and an intro to hands-on-adjusting. Gillian stood out as being authentic with a fairly clear concept … Read more Guest Feature: What Makes a Quality Yoga Teacher Training?
With my 20 years of yoga practice and 18 years of teaching, the strengthening aspect of yoga has always been of interest to me. I came across Mary’s work through one of my courses and admired her approach to health and balance, read more …
The Six Star Finisher Medal is one of the most exclusive race prizes in the running world. Meet our very own amazing Sharon Lindores who became a six star finisher at the Tokyo Marathon earlier this month. Read her story and be inspired!
Get off the bus and be ready for your jaw to drop at the Umbrian hillside splendour. Enjoy a refreshing drink as you are welcomed to your home for the next week. Imagine waking up in your comfy bed with crisp white sheets in a classic stone nobleman’s villa with the Mediterranean sunlight and birdsong … Read more A Day in the Life on Retreat – Yoga for Runners in Italy
Introducing Christine Felstead – where I came from to bring me to where I am now.
Introducing 65plusStrong. Profiling people 65+ years that are animated, sparkle with life and that have maintained their fitness level in their own unique way.
First one introduces Kay Yardley – a role for those of all ages!
Retreats have always held a special place in my heart – both as a student and as an instructor.
When I was new to yoga and super stiff from 20 years of only running, I would be so envious of those that effortlessly stretched forward, back, around and wide into pretzel shapes. It took me time to appreciate the benefits of being tight and now I constantly tell those that like to berate themselves for being tight to be proud!