Online Studio

The Online Studio is designed for you to practice yoga whenever and wherever you want — at home, on the road or during vacation. I know that a home practice may seem daunting. Remembering poses, finding the time, travel, illness, and family and work commitments are challenges you’ll likely face.

Meet those challenges and stay motivated by joining me online. Yoga practices of various styles and lengths, meditations and breath work are waiting for you. After you enter the Online Studio, sign up for your FREE account. Then, use your account to view and purchase classes and products. Enjoy your practice!


3 Reasons to Start a Home Practice

Discover your needs. A home practice creates self-knowledge about what you need and when you need it. Each time you come to your mat, pay attention and choose what’s best for you.

Assess your feelings. The more you practice, the better you’ll be able to assess how you feel. When you come to your mat, choose a practice that equalizes whatever’s going on—physically, emotionally, mentally.

Learn to self-care. Whether you practice a 2-minute meditation or a 90-minute hatha flow class, it’s all about respecting yourself. Self-care means treating yourself as a worthwhile person and showing that you are valuable and deserving.

5 Tips for Your Home Practice

Daily yoga practice at home can help you stay healthy in both mind and body. Remember that yoga practice may include more than yoga postures. Your practice might include breath work and meditation. Follow these tips for creating a home practice, but most importantly, be kind to yourself.

Pick a time. Set a time to practice each day, but don’t worry about this too much. Start by planning a week at a time and see how it goes. Yoga at any time of the day brings many benefits.

Be consistent. It’s more beneficial to practice 15 minutes every day than 90 minutes once a week. Consistency offers continual growth and creates healthy habits.

Find a comfortable place. A dedicated private room or area in your house helps create consistency. Treat this area as sacred: it will soon be your place for peace and healing.

Practice on a relatively empty stomach. Practice yoga poses and meditation first thing in the morning or at least 2 hours after your meals. Yoga postures are always best practiced on a light or empty stomach.

Get support. Like any endeavor, you’ll likely have questions along the way. If you need assistance, visit my Yoga Lifestyle Support packages for different ways you can receive ongoing support.