Dhana has generated an "awakening" in all or us to be mindful or our eating habits which will certainly translate into a healthy and energetic body.
— Kerstin Gordener , President, FEW, Kansai, Japan
My husband and I have thoroughly enjoyed Dhana's yoga classes for the past few months. She is a fabulous yoga instructor who makes the class light and fun while getting all of the mind/body benefits of Iyengar Yoga. We both have improved our flexibility and overall peace of mind. I liked the pace and the challenge of each class. We are really looking forward to continuing with Dhana's outdoor Sunday morning classes in the park.
— Shashi Maharaj
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Category Archives: Education
Little Feet Kids Yoga 2014! Beginning Monday January 6 2014, I will be teaching a nine- week session of Children’s after-school yoga in North Vancouver. We will focus on exploring what yoga is, where it comes from, and why it’s … Continue reading
A gentle approach to goal setting. For many people, life is hectic and mornings seem harried no matter how early we get up. Setting an intention is a one of the tools in your Vibrant Life toolbox. In … Continue reading
Downunder Japan, published by Fineline Press, NZ , is now available for purchase. It’s a collection of stories about Japan, in which two of my stories , The Invitation and Taima are included. www.finelinepress.co.nz
“But I don’t want to change,” lamented my three- year old yesterday, as we talked about her upcoming birthday. I explained that though she is growing taller and stronger, it doesn’t mean she is going to change into a … Continue reading
Two days ago, at just after four pm, on my way to drop my daughter off at a friend’s place, we drove through Edgemont village, which is the commercial hub of our quaint little suburban part of North Vancouver. With … Continue reading
Calling all Angels It’s late, eleven pm. My husband is working somewhere in the hills of Nevada and my three- year old, Talulah, just fell asleep across my chest. I was about to open the November issue of Todays … Continue reading
I was at Micheal Margolis’s (getstoried.com) talk on why every ABOUT page needs a back story, at the LA Blogworld convention yesterday. The class was fantastic, and interactive. The first thing we did was make a list of ten things … Continue reading
This is prose written by Charles Baudelaire, he was the translator of Edgar Allan Poe. In my poetry class at Simon Fraser University we are studying classics, and I feel this poem speaks directly to the way my yoga practice … Continue reading
In only 5 weeks, my New York Yoga Tour will be taking to the streets of Manhattan! I have only two spaces left available for this opportunity. Three days in Manhattan exploring the Big Apple’s huge variety of yoga studios, … Continue reading