These past few weeks have been tragic in Nepal, and whether or not you realize it, you are affected by the loss, suffering, and the rebuilding that is unfolding. When almost 8,000 people die in a natural disaster, we are all affected. Buddhists might call this notion of universal connection interbeing, or oneness, and others […]
Kayleigh Miller is a classical violist, yoga teacher, blogger, and body nerd living in San Antonio, TX. She is in her second season as a member of the San Antonio Symphony, and additionally teaches yoga throughout the area. She is inspired by all of her teachers, including Carol Rodland, Roger Tapping, David Vendetti, Sarah Court, Trina Altman, and Jill Miller. One of her goals is to help other musicians live better in their bodies, with less or no pain, and she maintains the Musicians' Health Collective, a storehouse of general information, anatomy articles, and movement suggestions for the musical community. She studied at the New England Conservatory in Boston, MA, where she also did her 200 hour yoga training at South Boston Yoga. She is additionally a Yoga Tune Up® instructor, and has trained in Y4C (yoga 4 cancer) and Next Generation Yoga (yoga for children). In her spare time, she bakes, enjoys children's books, and plays with her blind chihuahua, Missy.
Sacred space is twofold- it is first an external place that enhances and enables a connection to self, spirit, God, Goddess, and life itself. That place might be a house of worship, a yoga studio, home, or outside in nature. The second sacred space is that which is created, refined, and observed within the mind […]