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Jim’s Standing Flow

Jim has a regular practice in the Bikram tradition. He came to try out some Vinyasa Flow classes. This short video was done after class, only two takes and it’s obvious Jim is a very focused Yogi who is in tune to his body and practices with attention to alignment. Thanks Jim for sharing this.
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Yoga masters come in all forms.

Tao Porchon-Lynch truly is one of a kind. You will feel truly inspired by her positive attitude and playfullness that comes so easily from her. Extraordinary leaders and teachers change the way we perceive the world. The very best lead us by their example. Tao Porchon-Lynch, Master Yoga teacher, 92 years young, synthesizes the most […]
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My First Teaching Job In Vancouver

The Roundhouse Community Centre has opened their doors to me and presented me with an opportunity to teach yoga in their Centre. I am so excited! This is my first teaching job since moving to Vancouver in June 2010. The Roundhouse is broadening out their program schedule to include more classes on the weekends. It […]
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Dr. Christine Northrup in Vancouver

An evening with Christiane Northrup, M.D. Visionary pioneer and beloved authority in the field of women’s health and wellness. The stage was lit with reflections of light that crisscrossed and spilled on to brightly colored trees dressed in shades of gold and orange. You just knew something wonderful was going to be shared in the […]
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Zen in Zambia

I was fortunate enough to be invited in August 2010 to participate in a Habitat for Humanity Global Village Build in Africa. I was part of team that included 2 of my sisters,Peggy & Louisa and we helped built 2 brick houses in the village of Katete, Zambia. We worked hard every day mixing mortar […]
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Centering before your physical practice

We always start our Yoga class with a few minutes of centering, a short mediation to prepare ourselves for our physical practice. I came across this wonderful site Modernmeditation.ca that provides a wealth of knowledge on meditation. Here is a nice simple practice you can refer to anytime in your day.
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Music to Take You Away

One of the students has asked for the name of some of the music I play. Here is a list of 3 really nice listening instrumental CD’s you have probably heard in my classes. They can all be obtained through Itunes. Left to right: Brian Eno, Ambient 2 / The Spirit of Yoga, Ben Leinbach […]
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Camp Mooba Yogathon Blissfest Fundraiser 2010

My first community yoga event I experienced n Vancouver. Camp Mooba Yogathon Blissfest Fundraiser
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