Mindful Living

Posts in the Yoga Resources category:

Strength for Birth

We may see with our eyes what a strong birthing woman looks like; it’s common to wonder- what's really behind her strength? Is it mostly physical or mental or both?

Three Foundational Qualities You Want In Your Yoga Teacher

The yoga industry has quickly become saturated with new yoga teachers, Insta-Yogi's, and know-it-all's. As a whole this is not a bad thing. Concern arises when students put all their faith and ability into one teacher... and don't know anything about that teacher - especially their yogic background...

Meditation

There are a variety of meditation styles, just like yoga practices and workouts. Everyone can meditate...

Affirmations and Quotes

Place inspiring affirmations and quotes throughout your home, work space, vehicle, bags or anywhere else you can find a place for a post-it note. By doing so, you learn these phrases so that the unconscious mind begins to automatically associate an affirmation or quote wherever you are without consciously reading it.

Mom and Baby Yoga Benefits

Receive encouragement from a mom who's been there, plus other moms who are going through postpartum recovery with you! This practice encourages healthy post-baby weight-loss, along with releasing tension...

Prenatal Yoga Benefits

Outside of the endless benefits of yoga, a prenatal yoga class is the perfect place to begin yoga or continue your practice learning how to incorporate your growing belly into your regular practice... and most importantly for the labor and delivery processes.

You Are What You "Yoga"

In the practice of yoga we tend at go to the classes that fulfill our favorite parts of ourselves. Those who enjoy a busy day with things to do, typically enjoy a flowing practice. Those who enjoy a day of meditation, rest and stillness typically enjoy a slower practice...

Benefits of Yoga

The practice of yoga offers countless advantages. The following are some of the most basic and important - no matter where or when you begin practicing... yoga knows no age or boundaries to experience these life-changing benefits...
About Elise

I'm a RPYT (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher) and RYT 500 (Registered Yoga Teacher) rooted in the Hatha tradition, and the Samkhya philosophy; however I attend a variety of classes, like Kundalini. I’m living my dharma (purpose) by creating a community to assist women during the rite of passage into motherhood through the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual qualities of the yoga practice.

In addition to yoga, I'm a mom of two beautiful children and have many interests including Feng Shui, Reiki, alternative healing methods, harnessing my intuition and whatever else inspires me along the way!

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