Dhana is intelligent, lively and reliable.She has a lovely manner and is skilful in looking after students of various levels in one class.
— Louie Ettling The Yoga Space, owner
Dhana has been a tremendous help in my practice. When I think I have plateaued or hit the wall she always seems to push me forward and keep me inspired. Thank you so much!
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Category Archives: Nutrition
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
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
“ Use the remaining frosting to coat the sides of the cake and your boobs,” are the final instructions for the vegan frosting I am making out of my “Skinny Bitch in the Kitch” cookbook. I have volunteered to … Continue reading
Mari Okazaki, the founder of this Reiki and Yoga retreat that I was graciously invited to teach at last summer, has put together this beautiful video of our time there. Please watch it, I assure you it will bring peace … Continue reading
Pomegranites are one of my favorite fruits. They taste great, are high in antioxidants, and the process of cutting one open to delicately pick out the delicate seeds inside is a near spiritual experience. My three year old has spent … Continue reading
I’ve been reading a lot of blogs lately and the one common theme I find are excerpts of busy mum’s days. Women such as Stella McCartney and Gwyneth Paltrow are making their days, and their secrets for getting through those … Continue reading
Meshe Dumond will be leading a Kirtan evening at Room for Yoga on Sunday Dec. 5, 2010 from 6-8pm. I have been attending Kirtan evenings lately and can’t get enough of them. Kirtan is a form of Bhakti (devotional) yoga, … Continue reading
Last weekend, while browsing through the complimentary Vancouver magazine I found in my room at the Pan Pacific Hotel, I scanned a review of the fresh baked goods at Giovane in the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel. Perfect, as I was … Continue reading
There’s hidden sweetness in the stomach’s emptiness. We are lutes, no more, no less. If the soundbox is stuffed full of anything, no music. If the brain and belly are burning clean with fasting, every moment a new song comes … Continue reading
My friend Tamara told me about the Good Stuff Connection Clothing Program in North Vancouver and I shop/donate there whenever possible. I was in the other day, when this book “Prescription for Nutritional Healing” by James and Phyllis Balch jumped … Continue reading