Why do we need a road trip yoga practice? Because, hours upon hours in the car does not make for a happy body. But, one of the best parts of roadtripping is that you can stop any time you like! Here are my favorite roadside yoga poses. Stop and try these every hour or two […]Read More
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Yoga enhances travel and both help open our eyes to the world in new ways.
Sometimes its nice to stick close to home. For me that’s around the Central New Mexico area. I am always amazed at how many gorgeous, diverse places I end up exploring, even just within an hour of my home. New Mexico is truly beautiful, with nooks and crannies holding canyons, petroglyphs, wildflowers and spectacular views. […]Read More
Recently, I had the pleasure of travelling to southwestern Colorado for the first time. Wow, I had no idea how different it would be just across the border from New Mexico. The drive from Central NM was so gorgeous that I took no pictures… I was too busy enjoying the views. Maybe next time 🙂 […]Read More
Woot! Starting a new monthly feature with this post on the Black Range of New Mexico. I’m calling it Travel Thirty: count on a travel post on the 30th of each month! Travel 30: Yoga (and natural beauty) in New Mexico’s Black Range I recently went to the Black Range on a scouting trip to […]Read More
Traveling north in February is not my status quo (I really like to be warm!) but a good yoga and meditation retreat is certainly worth any cold and storms I might encounter. So, off I went to Whidbey Island, off the coast of Washington State to connect with Laura Humpf of Rainier Beach Yoga at the Yoga Lodge […]Read More