Yoga

Making it in Digby

It’s been about a month since I’ve been home. How did that happen?!! I think the harder part to believe is that I’m still trying to recuperate from traveling. At least that’s the excuse I’m sticking to. It still saddens me inside not seeing Cecilley on a daily bases, and waking up in a different part of the world, […]

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Distance Learning Project #6: Sangha Support

For those wondering ”what on earth is a sangha?” and how do you support such a thing, remember back during my two attempts at Living My Moksha, or as it’s now called, Grow Your Yoga, sangha means community. The network of supporters around you, the groups you associate with, or better yet forcefully submersed yourself […]

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Distance Learning Project #5: Live Green

Live Green, now this was the project for me. This project, and in particular this Moksha pillar, holds a lot of truth and a sense of realness to me. I love Moksha for believing in sustainability and caring for the environment – when something prides itself on how they are trying to make the world […]

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Erin’s Marathon Training Day 2

I was supposed to do speedwork yesterday, but the crappy Toronto weather led me to flipping my cross-training and my run. I’ll have to run in sub-zero temperatures along icy sidewalks soon, don’t worry! I also didn’t want to go outside again once I got home, so I put on the 45 minute Vinyasa Power […]

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Distance Learning Project #4: Be Accessible

This summer has been the summer of challenges, change, and trying to find compassion with myself as the craziness life continued to unfold all around me. I know, you’re probably thinking… “Projects? More teacher training business? I thought this was long over?”… Long over due more like it. While I finally rallied up the nerve […]

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Erin’s Advent challenge, day #1: gratitude flow

December 1 marked the beginning of the month, and the beginning of my challenge. It also marked the day my sister Anne moved out of my basement and into her own apartment. My original plan was to go for a run before we got the van to lug her stuff across the city, but I […]

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Let’s talk about doing yoga in my kitchen

So for the past few weeks, I’ve been doing yoga in my kitchen. A lot of yoga in my kitchen. Through the powers of the search engine that is Google, I discovered YogaDownload.com, an online community that offers yoga podcasts. I liked that the classes were plentiful and diverse and — best of all — […]

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Distance Learning Project #3: Be Healthy

For my Moksha Teacher Training Be Healthy project I have decided to incorporate a new found life goal with a new-found determination to be a healthier all-around more fit person. How appropriate for my Be Healthy project, right? I also love blogging about all the things I’m doing. So if you don’t know by now, […]

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Distance Learning Project #2: Wheel of Life

I am not a person who sits well with my emotions. I mean really sit and reflect why I’m feeling the way I am. And for what reason? I know it may sound completely bizarre because I’m an insanely emotional person who wears my heart on my sleeve, and perhaps is a little too sensitive […]

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Yoga in the park

What: Yoga in the Park When: Sunday @ 10am Where: Trinity Bellwoods Park Who: David Good Every Sunday from 10-11, Lulu Lemon hosts a FREE yoga class in Trinity Bellwoods Park. I’ve been meaning to go all summer and on July 14, I finally did. It’s a different teacher every week and this time it […]

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