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Growing up, I played “ninja” with my sibling-like cousins. Today, I got to play ninja for reals, and completed my first, FREE “Level 0″ parkour course at Parkour Visions. Apart from a sore arm, a tiny splinter, and a minor bruise on my foot, I am unscathed and I have to say I LOVE IT. Knowing [...]
As a yoga teacher that specializes in “bringing yoga to the workplace and other unique spaces”, I’ve seen a wide range of spaces. I’ve taught in conference rooms, parks, theater lobbies, college auditoriums, classrooms, tropical palapas, kitchens, rooftops, organic smoothie joints, and a whole lot of other places. As far as yoga in the workplace goes, however, some [...]
Posted: September 29th, 2011 under classes, clients, seattle, shout-outs, videos.
Tags: corporate yoga, fred hutch, office nomads, office yoga, salmon bay lending, seattle office yoga, the hutch, workplace yoga, yoga at work
“This experience was a life-changer for me” ~J.K. “This place is so incredibly special.” ~J.T. Just as it did last year, it’s taken me nearly a month to fully process the experience of a week spent at La Duna. When people ask me, “How was Mexico?” The only real word I manage to get out [...]
There are probably a million other things I ought to be doing right now. Like maybe…thinking about where to move my business checking account (it’s been real, Chase), preparing for a two week trip across the Pacific to make the family rounds in a few days, or promoting my upcoming retreat to Mexico in March, [...]
Posted: January 4th, 2011 under a year ago, beginnings, seattle, videos.
Tags: 2010, climbing mount rainier, elephant journal, imogen heap, looking back, paramount theater, sintonia collective, tractor tavern
I’m currently obsessed with the Fleet Foxes’ Black Cab Session of Crayon Angels. You can watch it here, or play the YouTube vid below.* Fleet Foxes from Black Cab Sessions on Vimeo. (I tried to embed directly from the BCS website but Vimeo didn’t give me permission) If you’re not familiar with the Black Cab [...]
When I was growing up in the Philippines in the early 80s, Japanese robot anime (cartoons) were extremely popular on television…well, before the President Marcos banned them. Yep, banned them. The two that I remember most notably were Voltes 5 and Mazinger Z. I’ve been humming the themes to both of these shows for, well, decades now (remarkably, apparently in the [...]
Springtime is ripe with change. We add new activities to our schedules, start planning summer adventures, and break out wardrobe items that haven’t seen the light of day in six months or so (read: sleeves that let your arms feel the air!). Somehow, in the winter, there just seems to be more time. Some luxuriate [...]
We’re going to Mexico! Space still available! Read the information below, check out the full event invite on our Facebook Page for more information, or register today! Dates: March 15-22, 2010 About this trip: The theme and destination of our second retreat share a common name: peace. Join us for 7 nights and days of [...]
Posted: January 16th, 2010 under beginnings, events, nature, retreats, videos.
Tags: conservation, eco-retreat, la duna, la paz, mexico nature reserve, mexico yoga retreat, nature reserve, seattle yoga retreat, sunshine, sustainable tourism, yoga ecoretreat
Woke up this morning with a sore throat, and while lying in bed came across this little gem. It’s a sure-fire way to feel good when you’re not feeling your best. Enjoy!
A local news channel here in Seattle is doing a story on Phyzz and they filmed me teaching yesterday! The class was one of my longest running corporate classes, and it’s to the kind folks over at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. I have been teaching the staff there in this very same conference [...]