Last Sunday I sat in on an amazing recording session at my brother Zach's studio Silent Green Records for the next single our band The Hardy Brothers will be releasing in April. It is a driving, funk/rock tune written by our brother Skip called Can't Stop the Feelin. Earlier in the recording process it became clear that something was missing: horns. Although we have not recorded horns with our band before, I have had the pleasure of teaching yoga alongside two incredible y
There was some yoga news this last week that made national headlines that blew my mind: The Alabama House of Representatives passes House Bill 246 that would allow yoga to be taught in schools in the State. I have been teaching yoga in Utah since 2010 and a huge part of my career has been teaching yoga in schools, from elementary all the way up through college. I have taught students in term long classes, after school programs, on sports teams and at summer camps. I had no
There is a bit of wisdom I arrived at that continues to grow more relevant with time: Live as if you will reach one hundred years old while at the exact same time living like today could be your last. A friend's son recently went missing. After she called the police, an alert was put out and the search began. Thankfully within a day two officers found him and he was reunited with his family. Such an amazing outcome for such a horrific experience that I cannot imagine havin
Most of the time we see the fully finished, packaged, ready-to-go versions of creations. This is awesome, however I know how daunting it can feel to start creating in the first place. Whether you are wanting to put in a garden this spring, write your first blog post or take on a new challenge in your yoga practice, we need to remember to allow it to be a process, enjoy the journey and not get stuck obsessing on the outcome. Last Friday our band The Hardy Brothers released o
As a yoga instructor it is amazing the different experiences that come into your life over the years. One teaching experience that stands out was a job I had at a Drug/Alcohol Detox center. The woman who hired me was an amazing art therapist and she prepared me for the emotional darkness a lot of these people would be in.
When I came in to teach my first session I was met with a small group of patients with completely different body types and physical abilities, and all at