by: Alia Sebben As a yoga teacher, practitioner & owner and operator of Amana Yoga in Boulder Colorado, my passion in life is to share ways to take your yoga and mindfulness practice off of the mat and make it applicable in your daily life. This concept could not be more crucial than it is right now asRead More →

Save articleShare Whether the words ‘holiday season’ fill you with excitement, apprehension or even ambivalence, this time of year can bring up a mix of emotions. Along with all the festivities and fun, the holidays can also be a tough time for many, putting pressure on those spending time with family,Read More →

Save articleShare Every Tuesday afternoon I teach a 45-minute core yoga class to a dedicated group of physically fit rockstars. Due to the tendency for many people to think the core is the gut region of the body (“abs”), I always begin the class by describing the 3 ways weRead More →

Save articleShare Developed by Elizabeth Paunz and inspired by Egyptian wall paintings, this Sun Salutation is a slow, self-enquiring approach to the ancient tradition of honouring the sun.  While practising, allow the breath to flow and rest in itself, don’t force or push any movement and choose the transitions toRead More →

As a yoga teacher, practitioner & owner and operator of Amana Yoga in Boulder Colorado, my passion in life is to share ways to take your yoga and mindfulness practice off of the mat and make it applicable in your daily life. This concept could not be more crucial than it is right now as we enter intoRead More →

We talk about listening to our body and honouring our body a lot, but what does that exactly mean? Menstruation for many women can mean feeling low on energy and having cravings for certain (usually sweet) food. A good question to ask is, does ‘honouring your body’ then means the same as goingRead More →

  The more we practise yoga and become intimately tuned into our own bodies, the more we begin to realize that not all posture alignment cues are appropriate and/or beneficial for our body (not to mention the habits, patterns and injuries that have accumulated over a lifetime inhabiting it). ItRead More →