“Practicing is where you work out the kinks in flow, spring changes, timing, music, intensity level and if you are hitting all the planes of motion.” Finding your teaching style and voice takes time. I remember the first time I taught a class to my fellow teachers in training… I was really quiet and stood […]
A big topic many of my teacher trainees asks about is cueing and how to get a large group flowing without touching the participants. I tell them, the first thing is to practice the moves before class to know what students will be experiencing and second is to get them moving as quickly as possible […]
Anytime I find myself feeling stagnant in my teaching it’s usually because I have been neglecting self practice. I am not talking about personal fitness when I say this because taking a class from another person is not necessarily inspiring and sometimes workshops are out of the budget or not convenient. Diving deeper into the […]
A much loved family recipe! When I was diagnosed with Celiac disease the one thing I missed the most besides pizza was Chinese food. I adapted my long time recipes like this sesame chicken one because gluten free does have to be flavorless!
From the moment of conception there is no doubt your body changes drastically especially when you deliver your baby and placenta. Hormones trigger many imbalances and fluctuations making you feel like a hurricane just hit you, no matter how much you plan. If you are one of the lucky women, your physical appearance will […]