“My back is killing me today.” How many times have you heard a friend, loved one or acquaintance say this? How many times have you complained about your back? Maybe this statement came with a grumble of unmistakable annoyance?
The good - or really bad - news is that you’re not alone. Low back pain is the most common pain problem in the United States.
What is your body saying when it aches or stiffens? Do you know? Are you listening? In this Community Inspiration piece, Jenifer Kahn Bakkala's journey towards listening, really listening, to her body's voice was the birthplace of a transformed relationship with her mind-body-spirit. Read her inspiring story here.
Sun salutations now have a whole new meaning at Ebb n' Flow Yoga. Beginning this week, the studio now runs on solar energy. Yes!
"It's not the life that matters, it's the courage you bring to it" -Yogi Bhajan.
This process of showing up has wonderfully woven Kerry into our community fabric - as a student, fellow yoga seeker, and now special guest instructor. Kerry integrates her Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C) background, Reiki training, with transformative tools within Kundalini yoga for you to more easily access happiness, your birthright.
Read about her then join her in May for a complimentary "Kundalini Kickstart" before Allison's Restorative Yoga class on Friday. Sign up now!
Ebb n' Flow Yoga Community Inspiration features submissions by our beloved community. In this post, Heather shares her decision to try aerial and the benefits she has gained from making this a regular practice. Aerial yoga harmonizes her mind-body-spirit while ushering additional, beautiful discoveries. This post is a MUST read!
Crow pose. What comes to mind when the instructor invites the class into crow? Maybe the first thought is, "Oh $h!#!" Understandably so. Crow pose can be intimidating for many yogis. Maybe you think, "My arms are too weak." Or maybe a little light within you rejoices since you have visibly improved your expression of crow. Undoubtedly, there is a spectrum of relationships yogis have with their crow pose.