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MY FIRST GUEST BLOGGER: DIANE -YOGA BLOCK GURU

My name is Diane and I’ve been a student of Cathy’s for about three years. When I practice Yoga, I love to use blocks. I consider them to be extensions of my arms. Downward Facing Dog is one of the poses that can be hard to attain. If you have trouble getting into and maintaining Downward Facing Dog, blocks can help. You will feel … Read More MY FIRST GUEST BLOGGER: DIANE -YOGA BLOCK GURU

A HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO MY PARK YOGIS!

Much to my surprise, my fellow yogis attending the free Monday night Yoga sessions at Fort Washington Park, turned the tables on me when they presented me with a monetary gift to show their appreciation! I intended to do those Yoga sessions to show my appreciation and somewhat “repay” all those who have been faithfully attending my classes and coming to my retreats. A … Read More A HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO MY PARK YOGIS!

SORRY WALLY, YOU CAN’T EDIT THIS POST!

This is a picture of me and Val(aka Wally). I refuse to believe that her move to Floridia is the end of our friendship and our yoga journey together. She has been my biggest supporter over the years and an incredible friend. There is a soft spot in my heart for her and if asked to explain why she’s so special to me, I … Read More SORRY WALLY, YOU CAN’T EDIT THIS POST!

Simple Pleasures

Some of the simplest things bring about the most pleasure! Here I thought I was the only one enjoying the weekly Yoga (summer) sessions under the open sky in the Park, but I was proven wrong. My announcing the continuation of the weekly Yoga in the Park sessions through September was received with cheers, joy, and enthusiasm – simple pleasures! Could this pleasure of … Read More Simple Pleasures

Still Going Strong into the Down Dog Days of Summer

We had our biggest turn out yet at the park for yoga! Only two more Monday sessions left… hope to see you! 

Recognizing the FOREVER YOGI

 This is a picture of Greg, our “Forever Yogi” and our “Whenever, Wherever Photographer”! Take a look at these amazing pictures in the slide show below to recognize his talent for “taking the perfect shot of an opportunity when it presents itself”. Over the past year, Greg has taken many great photographs of us Yogis at various times and venues and many of them … Read More Recognizing the FOREVER YOGI

Moonshine Yoga at the Park

  This picture is amazing! Once again, at the (Ft Washington) Park and on the hilltop…and yes, that is the moon in the sky! When I look at this group picture, the first thought that comes to mind is that I am so lucky to be surrounded by all these nice people who have become my friends, not just students. Then I remember that … Read More Moonshine Yoga at the Park

YOGA ON THE HILLTOP

Here are pictures of our last outing at Fort Washington park. We hiked up the hill to find this amazing spot! The incredible view fueled the practice which centered around balance postures. We were flying high last night and enjoying every minute! Hope to see some new faces next Monday!  

Yoga at Fort Washington Park

Had to share some pics of us yogis at the park! If you haven’t joined us yet, you now know what you’re missing…..                                

Just a Suggestion

I came to the decision years ago that I was no longer interested  in “practicing ” Yoga…I was more interested in “being” Yoga. This transformation from “practicing to being ” allows me to take what I learn from my daily “practice” on the mat into my moment by moment living.  As a teacher, I’m just giving suggestions to my students while they practice, I’m not addressing  individual needs for that day…only the individual can do that. It’s not until you … Read More Just a Suggestion

Lessons Learned

I learned a very important lesson about expectation from the HOB retreat. Because I was so excited and hyped up about the retreat, my expectations were too high and when you are that high, even though it’s a good high, you are still out of balance. As a result, disappointment hit me due to the weather and my own feeling that I wasn’t at … Read More Lessons Learned