Tag Archives: Yoga school
Today’s the official launch date of the book “Animal Companions, Animal Doctors, Animal People“. It’s to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Ontario Veterinary College, my alma mater. And I’m proud to say that I wrote one of the essays … Continue reading
One of my sister’s calls me a professional student. I’m good with that. OK, so I was in University for a long time (getting into and then completing vet college). I did yoga school last year and I’m assisting in the … Continue reading
The first day of ESY Teacher Training (Season 2) was this past Sunday. Such a pleasure to meet this group of motivated yoginis! In one of our breakout discussion groups, someone asked me why I decided to teach.
Yeah! Dianne gave me the official certificate from Eastside Yoga School this week. I wasted no time in logging into the Yoga Alliance website and signing up as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). So why did I decide to do … Continue reading
Don’t you ever wonder where the time goes? It’s been one year since I started this blog. Wow! I’m so happy to be able to write that down. Here are some of my musings on this auspicious occasion…
As part of yoga teacher training, I taught my 5th karma community class on a rainy Sunday afternoon. I was glad to have a chance to be at the studio again but it was a few weeks since I’d done … Continue reading
Can you think on your feet? What would you do if “the game changed” on you?
“Don’t forget to breathe.” ~from the movie “The Forbidden Kingdom“ How many times have you caught yourself holding your breath when you’re faced with a challenge?
Do you remember how it felt to ride a bike for the first time? The training wheels. The wobbliness as you tried to travel in a straight line. Falling over and getting a bruise from the handlebars. It was all … Continue reading