Bernie Clark (https://www.yinyoga.com/) has been a TREMENDOUS source of information for me when I develop my Yin classes. He truly is a leader in the field. You can find me listed on his website at https://www.yinyoga.com/yin_teacher_directory.php#Sterling. And when you are traveling and would like to find a yin class, visit this site for a list of teachers near you!
Find me below!
Yoga U Online has been a TREMENDOUS resource for me — I encourage you to browse the site and let me know if there is anything you’d like me to learn more about!
Breathe with Jennie is now offering short-sleeved t-shirts! Some details:
-- Features a classic look and fit
-- Preshrunk 100% cotton Jersey, 5.3 oz.
-- Taped neck and shoulders with seamless double-needle 7/8" collar
-- Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems
-- Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
-- Color: purple
-- Size range from Adult small to 5XL
If you would like to place an order, please DM, email, text, or comment below with the quantity and size(s) you'd like, no later than COB Monday, September 10. Cost will be approximately $12 each (depends on the size you order). Payment by check (Jennie MacGoy), cash, PayPal, or Venmo no later than 9:00 p.m. September 10.
British woman falls off a cruise ship and treads water for 10 hours until she is rescued. She credits YOGA and singing for her ability to survive in the water for such a long period of time!
Yikes! Read more below. If you'd like to work on better posture, come to one of my Gentle Flow classes (Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.)
Read what Rod Stryker has to say here. You owe it to yourself to give it a try. Held here on the first Sunday of the month after Yin (approximately 5:35 p.m.) and the first Tuesday of the month after Gentle Flow (approximately 8:35 p.m.) . Practice lasts about 20 minutes.
If you've attended one of my Yoga Nidras, you will remember that I ask you to set a Sankalpa early in the meditation. I usually refer to a sankalpa as a heartfelt desire. It can also be a specific intention or goal.
This article digs deeper into how to create your sankalpa. If you'd like to learn more about this important part of yoga nidra, click below!