Barbara McGranahan is one of WholeHeart's members who attends several classes a week. She met up with Pam to talk about her student story and how yoga has changed her life. Barb was always aware of fitness. She is a professional in the medical world, and was certified...read more
I was reminded this morning of how powerful this simple practice can be. Take 5 minutes and try it! Sit, stand, or lie down comfortably. Slowly move your awareness through your senses. Become aware of your feet touching the ground. Feel the air touching your skin. Be...read more
When I ask my students who are gardeners if they do yoga stretches when they garden, they tell me the hardest part is to remember to stop. Usually when we get into the garden we have a sense of SO much to do, or we’re tackling a big project that we know will take a...read more
"Our self-talk is our personal conversation with the universe." author unknown One home practice you can always do is the practice of Ahimsa, or non-harming. We all have an internal dialogue going on. Observing it without judgement is the way to noticing, and then...read more
Changing Seasons... After this loong winter, I am so ready for spring, and bet that you are too. AND - seasonal transitions can be tricky. As that fresh spring energy comes in through more light and warmth, pay attention to staying grounded. Take care of yourself...read more
Practice tips from Pam - March WholeHeart News - The sun is getting brighter and stronger, and it's the perfect time of year to re-charge or get started on a regular yoga practice to shake out the winter hibernation energy. Sometimes "fooling" yourself into practice...read more
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