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Vagus Nerve Series

Relieving the Pain In Your Neck, December 5th, 1:30-4 PM CST Breathe A Little! December 12th, 1:30-4 pm CST Gut Reaction to Healthy Digestion, January 23, 2012, 1:30-4 pm CST Vagus Nerve Series The Vagus Nerve is known to be

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Finding Luxurious Rest From Within: Therapeutic Restorative Yoga Training

October 11-15, 2020, 9-5 pm ( Livestream On Zoom due to COVID restrictions.) Enroll Here! There is a vast need for integrating the parasympathetic system into our lifestyles and Restorative Yoga is a natural gateway to assist clients in healing

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Just BE!

Thirteen years ago I went to Kripalu Yoga Center in, Massachusetts, to assist Anodea Judith with one of her workshops. I stayed after I completed my job and took another training of hers. The simplest way to explain the training was

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You’re Stuck To Me Like Chewing Gum

“Because of you, I laugh a little harder, cry a little less, and smile a lot more.” -Unknown  The other day I was scrolling through Instagram and found a video of Oprah & Gayle getting ready to celebrate Gayle’s birthday. Oprah

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A Teaching Philosphy

“Teaching yoga is about accepting the student for where they are at when they walk in the door and providing a supportive environment for them to explore their practice and grow at their own pace.” – Wendy We are getting ready to

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Gratitude Towards our Bodies

“Iswara Pranidhana: wholehearted dedication to the Divine Light in all.”  -Nischala Joy Devi October was kinda a crappy month for me physically.  I’ve been in an insane amount of pain radiating down my arm complete with muscle spasms in my

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OMing My Fierceness

June was a huge month of growth for me.  Much to my surprise, several months ago I was selected to present at the International Yoga Therapist Conference, in California.  My topic? Bridging the Gap Between Law Enforcement and Yoga Therapy.

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