About eight years ago, one of my best friends was carrying promotional materials around in her pocket for her new business. Everywhere she went, she handed out coasters advertising a new spot in Brentwood where you could get your hair blown out but not cut… Read More »What I hope my yoga studio learns from drybar
Eight years ago, I took my husband to a Yin and Restorative Yoga class. He was angry with me later for boring him for an hour. We were twenty-five, physically healthy, and were pretty stress free. He rarely stayed past five at work, I was home… Read More »Why We Need Restorative Yoga
Truth is a slippery concept, never as objective as we’d like it to be. Our truth depends just as much on our experiences and point of view as it does on observable fact (much to the disappointment of climate scientists and vaccine developers). In yoga,… Read More »Satya: Living Truly Aligned
At our old home, Reid and I had the pleasure of forming a friendship with our neighbors of an older generation. In our four years on Oakwood Street in Pasadena, we felt comfort in knowing Marge and Guppy were just down the street. Their house was a… Read More »You Don’t Have to Settle for Spaghetti
Been taking a little break to enjoy the sunshine this summer? It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been off your mat for. All that matters is you hop back on. Preferably today. To encourage your journey back to your practice, we’ve got a great reward.… Read More »Back to (Yoga) School
This email was sent to our close friends when we decided to open The Yoga Harbor on November 16, 2017. Dearest friends, You’ve probably noticed I’m sending this email from a new address. Well, it’s finally happened. I told Reid, “I think about opening a… Read More »Our Opening Announcement
Asking people to define a “good” yoga class is like asking them to define a “good” meal. Personal taste, our history of experiences, our culture, our age, our mood, everything, can affect what we find subjectively “good.” But, there are some things we can all agree… Read More »What is a “Good” Yoga Class?