Alexandra has taught Yoga since 2009. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Business and is currently taking advanced hours with Judith Hanson Lasater. Her Yoga training includes in-depth therapeutics study with Gabriel Halpern in Chicago, Illinois, a 200hr RYT Certification with Christy Burnette at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts and the exploration of divine energetics with Dr. F.K. Martin at his medical practice in Phoenix, Arizona. She teaches Yoga classes focused on mind, body and breath observation. She has taught yoga retreats in Costa Rica and is a member of the managing committee for Himalayan Social Journey in Nepal. She leads international yoga tours a few times a year and keeps a facebook blog here. For more information please visit www.alibooyoga.com.
It doesn't matter if you've traveled for a couple of days or a couple of months, traveling can throw your energy off and leave you feeling drained, ungrounded and even slightly confused (and you may not even realize it). These yoga poses can help clear jet lag, adjust your bio-clock, bring poised mental focus and encourage relaxation. Try this yoga set upon arrival at your destination!Read Full Story
Sometimes we can feel extra-tired and cranky while "Auntie Flo" is visiting. So what’s the best way to stay cool, calm and collected during arts and crafts week at panty camp? This restorative yoga set will have you feeling relaxed and revitalized.Read Full Story
Do your cheeks hang low, do they wobble to and fro? This non-traditional yoga set is based on yoga pulse moves that target the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus. It’s a kick-butt yoga set that will lift, sculpt and tone your sweet bee-hind!Read Full Story
The impact of daily stress can create an imbalance in the body and mind. Stress, in general, is wear and tear on the physical body and nervous system. It activates the sympathetic nervous system, speeds up the aging process and creates an acidic environment in our body, contributing to all types of disease including immune depletion, cancer and depression. The best way to release and let go of stress or stressful experiences is by first just recognizing that you are stressed.Read Full Story
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