One Yoga Heart


Originally posted on OM & SPICE :

PDP_1736The Sanskrit word Manipura is broken down into mani (jewel) pura (place, city). Manipura is the third chakra residing in the naval center. It is said that jewels reside here, jewels representing fire, power, self-confidence, self-esteem and transformation.

The desire to live in one’s true power can be exhilarating, but scary and intimidating at the same time. Fear has many affects on our mind, body, and spirit. It can hold us back from living the life we truly want if we let it. Ask yourself: what would I do if I wasn’t afraid? What makes me truly happy? Are my thoughts for me or against me? Do I have the courage to get what I want?

This fire meditation will help you connect with your true desires and strengths. Take a comfortable seat. Cup your left hand and make a fist with your right hand. Place your right fist in your left open palm and extend your…

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Breathing Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga for Beginners

Namaste and good morning friends and yogis everywhere!  Welcome to a beautiful Tuesday!  Today I would like to share a short Ashtanga Yoga for Beginners practice with you.  If you are new to yoga, please listen to your body and honor yourself when you need to take a break.    At any time you find it difficult to breathe during your practice, stop and come into child’s pose.  Never sacrifice your breath for the posture.

Enjoy and may your day be filled with peace, love and bliss!  ~Tammy

Ashtanga Yoga: Free Breathing with David Garrigues

Namaste friends and yogis!  Today I would like to share this informative video about breath with David Garrigues.  The exploration of the different qualities of breathing.  Enjoy!


Ashtanga Yoga 15-20 Minute Home Practice

Namaste friends!   Just recently started really practicing and studying Ashtanga Yoga and have found a true home for my mind, body and spirit.   So, today, would like to share just a short Ashtanga practice with you.  You may be practicing Ashtanga already, but this is great for anyone who has a limited amount of time.   If you are just beginning your Ashtanga journey, then please take it slow and listen to your body when you need to take a rest.  (Resting poses can be downward facing dog or child’s pose).

Peace, love and light!  Tammy

Evening Yoga Routine/Bedtime or Meditation Preparation

Namaste dear friends!  Hope that your Holiday was spectacular and that the New Year will bring you much peace, love, bliss and blessings.

It is Sunday and for most of us a time to rest, relax and renew the mind, body and spirit.  So, I would like to share this beautiful video by Willow Tree Roots.  Hope that you enjoy!

Peace, love, bliss!  May your day be filled with happiness!  Namaste~Tammy

Friday’s Focus is for the Kids

Namaste friends and mommies!  Today’s practice will be for the little ones.  This is a full Yoga Class, so enjoy and have fun!

20 Minute Total Body Beginner Flow

Namaste beautiful friends and Happy Friday!  Today this practice is for all my friends who are new to Yoga or are just beginning.  A 20 Minute Total Body Beginner Yoga Flow that is fast paced, but that is good because a vinyasa sequence gets the whole body warmed up and ready for the day.  Just remember though, to listen and honor your body when it is needing to rest.  That’s the beauty of video, you can pause it and come back when you are ready.

Enjoy!  Peace, love, bliss~Tammy

Mid-Day Yoga Pick Up

Namaste friends!  Hope you are enjoying your weekend!  It’s a beautiful day here in Florida, so for my friends who are in those parts of the world where it may be cold and snowing, I am sending you sunshine!

Today’s practice will start out with a 15 minute gentle warm-up and then a power yoga sequence.  Remember to honor your body and listen to when it needs to take a rest.  This is YOUR yoga.  Enjoy!

A great way to start your day.  A gentle yoga sequence to wake the body up.



30 Minute Afternoon Power Yoga

A 30 min instructional yoga video with playful sequencing. Best for people with experience with yoga. Definitely not for total beginners. Always work within a pain-free range, and be sure to warm up before beginning.


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