Yoga

Posted by admin on December 19, 2013 in Yoga
I love the North Shore. I get to lead some amazing surf and SUP yoga retreats on the coast of Haleiwa and am consistently amazed at the power of the ocean, the land and it’s traditions. One of my favorite practices in Hawaii is SUP yoga. I find myself wanting to be on my floating mat because I love that we can pick a spectacular spot, drop anchor and flow into practice. Oahu and its ocean have a...
Posted by admin on December 13, 2013 in Yoga
Welcome to “Lakshmi's Lotus with Sianna Sherman": part two of our four-part series exploring Gods and Goddesses with Mythic Yoga Flow’s Sianna Sherman. We are thrilled to have our dear friend and frequent Wanderlust collaborator, Sianna Sherman, contribute these four insightful vignettes into the qualities of the Gods and Goddesses that you’ve come to be familiar with in your yogic practice....
Posted by admin on December 6, 2013 in Yoga
Welcome to “Ganesha’s Gateway with Sianna Sherman": part one of our four-part series exploring Gods and Goddesses with Mythic Yoga Flow’s Sianna Sherman. We are thrilled to have our dear friend and frequent Wanderlust collaborator, Sianna Sherman, contribute these four insightful vignettes into the qualities of the Gods and Goddesses that you’ve come to be familiar with in your yogic practice....
Posted by admin on November 7, 2013 in Yoga
Yoga can be done anywhere. Wow, what a concept. Although it may seem obvious, how many times do you actually stop to roll out your mat outside of the yoga studio? This summer I lived “life on the road” hoping from train to bus to car to airplane and while I was covering a lot of ground, my body was taking a toll. All that sitting! All those cramped spaces stuck between King Kong and The...
Posted by admin on November 5, 2013 in Yoga
In eighteen years of teaching yoga, I have only led one 200-hour training. It was co-taught with Steve Ross, one of the most dedicated yogis I know. However, those of you that have been to Maha Yoga in Brentwood are already laughing. It was a circus! And like all circuses, it was fun! Aside from that one training back in 2000, I am notorious for being resistant to leading teacher trainings...
Posted by admin on November 5, 2013 in Yoga
Your yoga practice is evolving every day. You’ve fallen in love with (insert favorite pose here) and you finally nailed a headstand. Your teacher has become someone you look up to for thoughtfully choreographed postures and inspirational wisdom. You felt your mind get rocked, your hips open up; you’re more in tune with your senses, have a fascination with breath, think more about what you consume...