By: Kali Basman
“You are only as healthy as your spine is supple.”Read More
“While facilitating transformational retreats and trainings, I like to acknowledge that there is always a beginning, middle and an end to the process. When each part is honored as an important aspect of the offering, we experience the full expression of deep creation (at the beginning), transformation (in the middle) and integration (at the end).”Read More
By: Kali Basman
“Yin is the format we may use to withdraw from normative patterning of stimulation and let all the energetic build-up of the daily debris find a way to percolate through the system and be effectively released.”Read More
“I strongly believe we are at a time where it is necessary to feel our frustrations and darkness and let them fuel our fire to do the world-changing work. We’ve been told for far too long to suppress this aspect of ourselves, but it is okay to be raw, it is okay to be vulnerable and it is definitely okay to be angry.”Read More
By: Kali Basman
“My objective in offering Yin Yoga as a daily foundational practice is not to demand that the practitioner set aside the perfect amount of space and time with complete clarity of mind. The objective is this: to train the nervous system to become comfortable with the ever-shifting state.”Read More
“Sitting with such a consistent feeling of blessed elation, I started to feel like I can’t actually call it “work” anymore. Instead, I feel it is more of an offering of the heart that is a gift from the Divine passed through me in service to the whole. I think the best word to describe this offering would be “Dharma”.”Read More
“Women, like water, are moved. Up and down with the tides, in instant rushes like a waterfall, or like the monotonous waves of a great ocean. What counts is the motion. Yet, in how many immeasurable ways have we been conditioned to move against the current or not move at all? And for how long can we sustain the ignorance?”Read More
By: Jenna Carpenter
“Let’s face it, we live in a day and age that has taught us we need to be doing a million things in order to feel like we are being productive. But is it actually serving us?”Read More
"Have you have been diligently attempting to stick that handstand and find it more difficult than usual … you can’t focus, you feel exhausted and your body just doesn’t want to invert??
I think we have all been there.
But the question is – what is your decision after that asana? What do you tell yourself? Do you push through, or do you create space for rest?"Read More
By: Jessi Luna
"In my eight years leading groups through transformative retreats, workshops, and teacher trainings, the tears always flow when asking questions of being faced with The Unknown: What can I give to this world? How can I unearth my true self from the false beliefs it’s buried under? How can I stand out with my skills and knowledge? How can I discover my unique gifts in this lifetime? What is my purpose, my dharma, my path?"Read More
By: Charity E. Yoro
"Through Wild Feminine, I found the words to express my experience as a woman who never quite fit in, who never felt understood… mostly because I didn’t understand my whole self yet. Wild Feminine helped me shape and share my story by first truly seeing and loving every part of myself, shadows and all."Read More
"I wonder now, why I wanted to taste his beer. The answer comes to me and it is the same answer to many of the questions of why we try new things: curiosity. Our motivation to explore the unknown is innocent and powerful. It has led us to self-discovery. Yet, what it unearths isn’t always of light. Sometimes, our curiosity can reveal a shadow inside that we didn’t know was there."Read More
By: Ashley Rossy
"I thought great, my project would be geared toward writing and creating PADI's very first, "Dive-Yoga distinctive specialty". With this specialty, people could get certified to practice this perfect collaboration and I could extend it all over the world. But wait, it's 2018... how could no-one have come up with this idea already?"Read More
By: Jill Lacasse
"What have you learned from your past? How has your past shaped you into the person (or bird metaphorically) that you are today? What has stopped you from spreading your wings? What obstacles have you faced that has taught you to slow down ... to heal your body, still your mind, and let your spirit soar?"