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It’s a Halloween Yoga Hop for the Tots!

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New Fall Schedule!

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Cookies with Cap on Sat, Dec 10th

Gather up your new baby items, gift cards to restaurants, the movies etc and help us support Ronald McDonald House. See you at Cookies with Cap! There will be a petting zoo, photos with Santa… and cookies!

Donations accepted at both Dr. Cap’s office and the Wellness Center before the event.

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Sound Healing and Meditation This Friday!

Sound Healing with Quartz Crystal Bowls combines sound and vibration to foster a sense of deep peace and greater harmony on all levels. During this season of giving and joy, of drawing friends and family near, it is important to remember that self-care is a necessity. You have more and better to give to all you do when you are taking steps to maintain balance and well-being in your life. After all, you can’t give those pies away until the apples have been lovingly fed, watered and tended within, right? Please bring a yoga mat or a blanket so you can rest comfortably. Chairs will also be provided if you prefer to sit in a chair. No prior experience with yoga or meditation is required.

Date: Friday, November 24th

Time: 4-4:30pm

Location: Babies in Bloom, 1948 Via Centre, Vista CA

Admission is $5.

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New Weekly Class on Monday!

Create a solid foundation for your week with this hour-long yoga practice. A thorough, thoughtful warmup builds to an invigorating vinyasa sequence, with careful attention to breathing, alignment, and mind/body awareness. Finally, as class concludes, a cool down including restorative postures facilitates deep opening, relaxation, and rejuvenation. This class is appropriate for students of all levels of experience.

Hello, yoga lovers! Well, baby man is three months old now, and I am slowly regaining my strength and focus (hello, sleep deprivation!!…). The opportunity has arisen to begin teaching a weekly class on Monday evenings. I hope you will be to drop in and check it out!

Energize and Restore is a new weekly class at Ascension Holistic Healing Center in Bonsall, CA. It is a great little space, adjacent to a new age bookstore and cafe, next to the Bonsall Post Office on Highway 76.

This class will meet on Mondays at 6:30pm for one hour. The drop-in fee is $10, but class packages are also available. You can find more information about those here on Ascension’s website.

I’m so happy to have this opportunity to ease my way back into teaching again now that I am a momma of two. I hope that you join me and support this new adventure!

See you on the mat, my friends!!

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Please support Team Tiger for Chelsea!

There we are… the mama tiger and the little tiger.

It’s unbelievable to me that it has nearly been a year since we took this photo at the finish line of the 3rd annual Finish Chelsea’s Run 5K. What a year it has been! There has been so much inspiration, so many changes, and so many miles covered. And much of it I can link directly to momentum that began during the preparation for last year’s race.

Last year, I wrote a post about my involvement in the race and my connection to a beautiful, radiant soul whose life was taken too soon, Chelsea King (you can read it here– please do!). It was an especially intense process for me, physically, mentally, and emotionally. I wrote at that time that I would carry in my heart the lessons I had learned long after the race had ended. I was right. On all of those levels- physically, mentally, emotionally, I have never been the same.

One of the most readily apparent changes is that I became a runner. A real runner. At this time last year, I was amazed that I could run 3 miles without stopping. Now, a 5K fun run is actually fun for me. Three miles is a light running day. I have even gone on to compete in several 10Ks over the last year.

In each of those races, and on most other days I run, I wear a little orange bracelet that I was given at the finish line of last year’s Finish Chelsea’s Run 5K. On one side, it says “Chelsea’s Light Foundation,” and on the other, “They can because they think they can” (the foundation’s motto). Whenever I put that bracelet on, I am instantly reminded to count my blessings. I am reminded to be grateful for every opportunity I have to do my best. I am reminded of Chelsea. If Holly is feeling lazy and making excuses about lacing up my shoes and hitting the road, then do it for Chelsea. That always does the trick.

The foundation’s motto has also become a mantra for me. So much of my progress as a runner is a result of mental, rather than physical, fitness. As long I keep my thoughts in positive territory, I continue putting one foot in front of the other. If an “I can’t, this is too hard” somehow creeps in, my body stops before I realize what is happening. This is a lesson I learned early on in my fledgling running career, and it is one that I’ve learned applies in everything I do. I call upon it daily, as a mother, as a runner, as a yoga instructor, as a human being who wishes to do good in the world.

Admittedly, my preparation for this year’s race has been quite different from last year. For one thing, running a 5K is not something that I need to train for months to do. For another, I will be nearly 8 months pregnant on the day of this year’s race. I have continued running throughout my pregnancy, though distance and pace went out the window months ago. Since this year’s race is guaranteed to be an entirely different experience for me, I spent some time thinking about how I wanted to approach it and what would be the best way to honor the spirit of “Chelsea’s Run” this time around. I decided that doing everything I could to hold space for joy, hope, and positivity with every step I take in those 3.1 miles would be a fitting way to honor Chelsea’s legacy. How best to do that? Bring my little tiger. He has become a runner in his own right in the last year, competing in a couple kids’ races, winning some medals… you know. Although he can really tear it up when he gets going, it’s usually in short bursts. He’ll be a great running partner this time around. I just know it.

So there you have it… the 4th annual Finish Chelsea’s Run 5K will be a family affair for me- both of my children will be coming along to support me and the cause. It is quite fitting, in fact, since the Chelsea’s Light Foundation aims to create a better world and a brighter future for children. The 5K is the foundation’s primary annual fundraiser, benefiting their Sunflower Scholarship Fund. This fund provides educational opportunities for exceptional students who might not have access to them otherwise. Additionally, this year’s event is being co-sponsored by the Girl Scouts, an organization that was a big part of Chelsea’s young life.

Now, the rallying cry, my friends… please support Team Tiger in our efforts to help Chelsea’s light shine! If you feel moved to stand up and support our cause, we have a fundraising page that will be accepting donations through race day on Saturday, March 1. This is such a wonderful foundation and an amazing group of people that I truly want to do all that I can for them. Click here if you agree!

A huge thank you to you for your time and support! And, as always, thank you to Chelsea, the Kings, and the Chelsea’s Light Foundation for being an endless source of inspiration!

FOR CHELSEA!!!

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Yoga this week!!

Guess what??… December’s here!!! Can you believe it? We’ve officially arrived in the last month of 2013.

Fortunately, we are blessed and lucky enough here in Southern California to still have favorable weather for yoga at the beach. The last few Sundays have been absolutely gorgeous, and the view can’t be beat. We will be in action at the beach on Thursday at 9am and Sunday at 9:30am. Please bring a mat (and probably a towel for under your mat) if you plan to attend.

And the conditions are always warm and inviting at Black Sheep Yoga in Oceanside. I will be teaching Yoga 101 at Black Sheep on Wednesday at 10am and Sunday at 11am. Join me for an all-levels appropriate class that is built around mindfully practicing basic postures with careful attention given to alignment.

As Jason Crandell points out so astutely in my favorite quote of the week, “The best way to develop advanced postures is to practice simple, accessible postures with exquisite detail, attention and care. Basic poses will compound over time and allow you to do more challenging poses skillfully.” Start building those foundations with me this week, yoga lovers!

See you on the mat!

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Yoga this week!

Hello, friends and yoga lovers!

Another week, another opportunity to rock it on the mat with me! Several opportunities, actually… the first is tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10am at Black Sheep Yoga in Oceanside.

This is the schedule for the week:

♥ Wednesday, 10am – Yoga 101, Black Sheep Yoga
♥ Thursday, 9am – Yoga at the beach, details here
♥ Thursday, 6:30pm – All level flow, Black Sheep Yoga
♥ Friday, 12pm – The Rocket (heated vinyasa), Black Sheep Yoga
♥ Sunday, 9:30am – Yoga at the beach, details here
♥ Sunday, 11am – Yoga 101, Black Sheep Yoga

I hope that your week is off to a great start and that you can join me for a class or two to make it even better… see you on the mat!

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Yoga this week!

It’s November already! The Halloween decorations are down, and the holidays are fast approaching. What better way to stay centered and manage holiday stress than with yoga? Establish your holiday yoga foundation this week with me.

My first class this week will be on Wednesday at 10am at Black Sheep Yoga. I will be teaching Yoga 101, a foundational class with a strong emphasis on alignment.

I will also be teaching the following classes this week at Black Sheep:
♥ The Rocket (heated vinyasa), Friday at noon
♥ All level flow, Friday at 6pm
♥ Yoga 101, Sunday at 11am

…And believe it or not, we are still going strong at the beach! It’s actually supposed to be an overcast 80 degrees on Thursday. There will be an all level class at the beach on Thursday at 9am and Sunday at 9:30am.

That’s a whole lotta of yoga love, yoga lovers! I hope that you will join me for the party!

Happy November, and I’ll see you on the mat.

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Yoga this week!

Happy Tuesday, yoga lovers! I hope your week is off to a good start. Halloween is quickly approaching, but the weather is still beautiful and the skies are still sunny here on the coast. I will be teaching several classes this week- some at the beach and some at Black Sheep Yoga on Coast Highway- drop in for one (or all) of them and take your week to the next level 🙂

I will be at the beach teaching an all-level flow on Thursday at 9am and Sunday at 9:30am.

And I will be at the ever-awesome Black Sheep Yoga for the following classes this week:
-Yoga 101, Wednesday 10-11:15am
-All-level flow, Thursday 6:30-7:45pm
-The Rocket (heated), Friday 12-1pm
-All-level flow, Friday 6-7:15pm
-Yoga 101, Sunday 11-12:30pm

Please check out their website for additional details about location, pricing, etc.

There you have it, my friends. The only thing missing now is… you! See you on the mat!

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