I was very moved by my experience in Nicaragua. By the breathtaking beauty of the sunsets, the relaxed and simple way of life, the delicious food, the list goes on and on...

Love is everywhere...

The first time I took one of Loren's classes I had no idea what I was in for. She teaches perhaps the most challenging class I have ever taken, EVER...

After an inspiring conversation with a dear friend of mine who teaches yoga I found myself wondering if by concentrating too much on the importance of positive thinking we risk missing the bigger picture, the deeper beauty. The beauty that exists in letting go of...

Eric's Bio: Originally from Quebec, Eric began his career as a professional dancer and continues to pursue his passion for movement and healing through yoga, massage and homeopathy. Eric is a teacher & practitioner of yoga for nearly 15 years. He is an established and certified homeopath...

Utilizing over 16 years of intensive training, teaching expertise and multi-disciplinary learning from cultures around the world, Jordan Mallah offers a brand new experience for over-worked, stressed-out and imbalanced Americans. A writer for the Huffington Post and author of a Peruvian cookbook and numerous articles on...

What qualities make a good teacher? I remember being asked this question while I was in the Master's Program at The Pilates Center in Boulder.  Although this question is relatively subjective, everyone in the room offered similar suggestions: patience, compassion, wisdom, humility...

Recently I picked up and was inspired by a book I haven't read in a while, The Inner Game of  Tennis by Timothy Gallwey. He eloquently describes the conflict that arises internally between the "I" that gives instructions (self 1), and the "myself," that performs...