Spring Cleanse Special Breakfast Smoothie Recipe by Jen Helland

It’s been a whole night since you last ate a meal. Your body is hungry, meaning, it’s in a low blood sugar state. So what to do?

Eat breakfast!!!

This is what you’re thinking:

“No way Jen, I’m not hungry in the mornings.”


Do your mornings feel rushed?… Read more

Website Transitioning

Dear Yogis!

We hope you are having a wonderful week. This is a quick message to let you know we’ve been making some updates to our website! When we’re done, it’ll be much easier to use–trust us! We know some of you are experiencing issues, and we ask for your patience during this time of transition.Read more

Get “Regelined”

Though I live in NYC, I had the good fortune of meeting David while attending one of his workshops at Downward Dog last year.


Honestly, I felt like I had found the missing piece to my practice, and after searching high and low, I had finally found my New York City teacher.… Read more

Yin Yoga & Philosophy: Brand New

YogaDonna4_194183208_large copyThe dynamic interaction between becoming your truest self while evolving to your highest potential can be facilitated by a gritty no-holds-barred look at habit formation (and reversal), personal measures of life satisfaction, and how you want to spend your undetermined amount of time before you die.… Read more

Thai Yoga Touch & Assisting by Drew Hume

Drew Hume’s Thai Yoga Touch and Assisting Workshop is coming up August 22nd. Here, Drew shares some insights on the importance of this practice.

0047IMG_8500“We need touch, but most importantly we need conscious touch, a moment when somebody is connecting with us skin to skin and is also aware that this is happening.” – Mary O’Malley

The need for touch is paramount to our health and wellbeing – there’s no question about that.Read more

Yoga Lab 1: Fear & Reactivity by Brittany Lu

My interest in yoga runs deep, and as the scope of my practice continues to evolve, my curiosity surrounding the physical practice of yoga evolves with it. My primary interest in this phase is looking into the ways in which asana practice can support and motivate self-study.Read more

Dance is the Highest Offering by Tanya Purnima LeBlanc

Dance has always been my biggest passion. My first stage was a small tree stump sitting beside the fire pit at our cottage. I would dance and serenade all the big people socializing around the fire.

As I grew, I begged my parents to enroll me in dance, but I didn’t take my first dance class until I was the sweet age of twenty.… Read more