In the midst of all the recent natural disaster chaos we lost power for several days at my house. Normally that wouldn't be such an issue, but we have three kids under 7, Valentina only being 4-weeks old. After braving the worst of Hurricane Irma, Sarasota was left without power. We had no idea how bad the damage was or how long it would take to restore power. Let me tell you, you definitley need moving air for a nursing baby and mom in the sweltering heat of Florida in Septe
How I became an Aerial Yoga Teacher…I thought yoga was boring, crunchy granola, hippy weirdo shit. My attitude was “no thanks keep your chants and your mantras to yourself, I’ll do some more crunches.” Who new at age of 33 years old that I would embark on a journey to become an aerial yoga teacher and end up as an ERYT-200, RYT-500 teacher trainer. My story is unique in the fact that I never took circus classes as a kid, and I quit gymnastic when I found out it was more then
Restorative Yoga When I was in training at Miami Power Yoga I was often the first person to arrive and the last to leave. I was teaching classes, finding my zen folding towels, and sitting for hours of lecture. One evening my teacher’s then-girlfriend approached me with a hint of panic in her eyes.
“Can you cover the last class? I’ve taught seven classes today and I’m losing it.” I had been up since sunrise for a week but acquiesced immediately. My teacher disagreed, insist
Yoga Teacher Training? I recently cruised south out of my comfort zone to teach at a new studio. I see myself as avoidant of true, deeply scary challenges, so constantly and consistently setting forth to encounter my own fear has deeply relaxed me: I explored Miami’s locked-in-time deco details with total calm in the days leading to my workshop. And when I arrived to teach, watching the studio fill with students in a slow but ever-strengthening trickle, I smiled. I set my roo