It’s been 12 years now since I went on my first adventure. And I mean, it was radical. I got on a plane to Costa Rica, not knowing a word of Spanish, not having any plans, and not knowing anyone in the country. It was a radical shift from my environment, which allowed me to […]Read More →
Sonoma Valley Pre-Trip
I’ve been down to Napa and the Sonoma Valley many times over the years because it’s so fabulous! I just went down again a few weeks ago with my daughter. We stayed at the lovely McArthur Place Hotel (the one we’re hosting our Yoga & Wine Holiday in) and hung out there for the weekend. Their restaurant was delicious (breakfast is included). The pool and hot tub were great. Our room was very big and the beds were super comfortable We didn’t have time to spend in their library or play their outdoor life size chess game but they were fun to look at. We ate at the great local restaurants and went to many of the wineries around the region. The hotel is a short walk from the town square, which has many tasting rooms as well. We went to many of those and picked out our favorites. I will add that to our itinerary for the trip for sure! And we found an absolutely wonderful shoe store that only sells “comfortable” (but very stylish) shoes. I’ll be sure to point that out on our walking tour, don’t worry! It’s going to be a great trip in November!
I want to tell you about how yoga changed my life. I injured my knee in February 2007 as a result of over exercising and weight training incorrectly. After the injury, I was unable to walk more than 30 minutes at a time. Each step was painful and I was avoiding all of the fabulous […]Read More →
How being diagnosed with MS changed my life… And how YOGA put my MS into remission! Canada Day 2001 was the day that changed my life. It was a beautiful, sunny day and I decided to go on my balcony to get some sun. Shortly after, I felt a tingling, numbness sensation on the left […]Read More →
Right now we’re in the process of selling all of the old left over mats from students who have not come to claim them over the years. We are selling them for $10 each and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Vancouver Food Bank. Whichever ones we don’t sell will be donated […]Read More →
I’m always asked, “Sunny, how did you get into yoga?” Here is my story… I had a few injuries growing up. When I was young I fell off a swing set and hurt my head and neck. That’s when the pain first started. Then as a teenager I was swimming and I hit my head […]Read More →