As august comes to an end, I am feeling very ready for the comfort of a new routine this fall. For those of you who do not know, I have gained new employment in my Child and Youth Work role, so will only be offering yoga classes on Tuesdays for now. If you are interested… Continue reading Autumn Yoga 2022
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Alison Clarke | Natural Health Therapist
Written by Jenni Burke Alison Clarke, NHT What does "Natural Health Therapist" mean? A natural health therapist is not a naturopathic doctor. A natural health therapist, is a person who is certified in a variety of healing modalities that tune into the body's natural abilities to rebalance itself. Alison Clarke has spent the last 20-plus… Continue reading Alison Clarke | Natural Health Therapist
Calm In The Chaos
On Saturday, November 19th I will be hosting a new workshop "Finding The Calm In The Chaos." This has been brewing for awhile, since creating "A Journey Through Self-Care" I knew there was more I wanted to offer in line with nurturing ourselves. The self-care workshop was designed to simply give women a day to… Continue reading Calm In The Chaos
Yesterday I was gifted a Reiki treatment; and during the session I had a lot of "remembering" going on. 2015 was a year I devoted to self-care. 2016 has been a year I've devoted to creating (art and business). 2015 felt like a year of recovery, stepping back from life, moving slowly, regaining groundedness and… Continue reading Remembering
The Body’s Wisdom
"The nervous system does not speak english; It speaks sensation. The body is the voice of the nervous system." -Christine Lee, Introduction to Somatic Therapy Workshop In my yoga classes, I often have students reflect on the feelings of their bodies and to tune in deeper to the organs and nervous system. We use awareness… Continue reading The Body’s Wisdom
The Gentle Way
There has been an idea for a yoga book brewing in me for years. Although I have it clearly laid out in my brain, the purpose and intention is there, I still think... but there is SO MUCH yoga crap out there already (well, it's not crap, but you know what I mean)... why add… Continue reading The Gentle Way
What Is Yoga Nidra?
Yoga Nidra is a full body and mind relaxation. Most yoga classes include a 'sivasana' at the end of class. Ideally this a minimum of 5 minutes long, but is rarely longer then 15 minutes. The purpose of sivasana is to give the body the opportunity to integrate the benefits of your yoga practice. Without… Continue reading What Is Yoga Nidra?
Yoga Classes Summer 2013
Are you making your summer plans yet? Be sure to save room for yoga! This summer we finally have an opportunity to add an evening class to our schedule, so take advantage of it while you can! Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm is the new class, but be sure to check out the full yoga schedule and new… Continue reading Yoga Classes Summer 2013
Guilt, Let It Go.
I have heard that of all the emotions we feel, guilt has the lowest vibration. I am the queen of 'feeling guilty.' It is something I have been aware of, and worked with stopping, for years; but yesterday was a challenge. My son had the flu all weekend, and I managed to pick it up… Continue reading Guilt, Let It Go.
When I did my 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training, our teachers shared a story with us that helped me break through a very emotional upheaval that hit me while laying in sivasana at the end of our class (I spent three days crying). Imagine that your body is a container, and settled on the bottom of… Continue reading The Container