In the 7 or so months during which I took a break from my blog, my body experienced a somewhat significant change. Specifically, I’ve put on a little bit of weight. This is the point where I get a little TMI for some, but I intend to talk about it [...]
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Are you comfortable in your skin? Do you feel sexy? If not, get to a Yoga class.
I’m going to go way out on a limb to say that Yoga can help you feel and look sexy. I know… I know… Yoga isn’t about how you look… or is it? What about how you gaze upon yourself? I was very uncomfortable in my skin as I entered puberty. I wish I would have had Yoga.
I was lucky. I was never told my body was wrong, but I also never realistically considered a career as a ballet dancer. When people ask if I played sports when I was young, I can safely answer that I grew up as a dancer. My childhood was consumed by [...]
by Jessie Horness At the end of many of my yoga classes, I give a little final adjustment. Often it’s just a mini-shoulder massage. If I have time, however, the attention to the resting, hardworking bodies in front of me is more complete, beginning with a touch to the feet. For my students, [...]
If you’d like to spend some time truly hating pretty much everything, scour cyberspace for degrading sexual comments directed at Kino MacGregor. I promise it will work like a charm.
My heart dropped a little when I read the title to the recent article in the NY Post: “Celebrity Posers Have Yoga in a Twist.” Blergh.
Yoga Sculpt is essentially an art class where the medium is the human form. Here’s what I have to say to that: My body is not an art project.
Founder of Curvy Yoga, Anna Guest-Jelley is a force, a bright-spirited leader forging a path of positivity for all.
We are now through January, the month of resolutions, the time when the gym gets overfull of people who promised themselves they’d get more fit and are attacking it like a bear at a box of cracker jacks, desperately pawing for an elusive reward. We are also through the biggest [...]
What I Weigh Is None of Your Business: What It’s Like To Be Recovering from Anorexia and Complimented on How Thin I Am
“You’re so thin!” I often hear. “How do you do it?!” they all want to know. Do you want to know? Do you really want to know? The truth may disappoint you.