Crosswork education is an innovative approach to fulfilling our purpose with peace and wellness. Through yoga and mindfulness practices, we can begin to make a conscious, intentional shift in the ordering of our thoughts and habits so that we can find optimal balance in our life physically, emotionally, spiritually, and vocationally.
Sarah has a BA in literature. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher® with Yoga Alliance, and holds certificates in pain science for yoga teachers, the neurobiology of yoga, and family counseling. She has been a teacher for 12 years.
Sarah specializes in Yin yoga. Yin yoga:
- is slow and gentle
- is meditative and can help reduce stress
- is often great for athletes because it can help prevent injuries
- improves flexibility as we increase circulation to the ligaments and joints
- helps you develop concentration habits that can increase neuroplasticity in the brain
Autumn weather is usually pleasant and mild— making it a great time to practice yoga outdoors. After your asana, taking a walk is one way that you can welcome mindful awareness. It’s no secret that when our thoughts are racing, we can feel stressed. Walking outdoors can help you restore balance between your mind and …
New to essential oils? You may be wondering where to begin. I always tell people to think of Christmas: start with smells that bring you “comfort and joy!” Smells are powerful. They can transform you– taking you to a memory from the past, helping you relax, and invigorating your senses. That’s because essential oils stimulate …
Autumn is a Vatta season! It is cool, crisp, windy, and filled with prana—that’s why we recognize that we can smell the autumn air. Here is a list of spices that pair perfectly with this season’s bountiful fruits and vegetables. Allspice, anise, cardamom, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg are great for baking. Their warmth and spice …