Tag : Susan Grossman

On Saturday I ran a 10K race with an average pace of 10:02 minutes per mile. In just three weeks, I actually shaved 16 seconds off my per mile time from the previous, 4-mile race! It was shocking to me, to say the least. In the last few years, I have been focused on other […]

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Working on King Pigeon Pose

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I still have a way to go but I continue to work at it!  

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How Well Do You Receive?

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“I think that the most difficult thing is allowing yourself to be loved, so receiving the love and feeling like you deserve it is a pretty big struggle.  I suppose that’s what I’ve learnt recently, to allow myself to be loved.” ~Nicole Kidman   How do you receive?  Do you allow yourself to receive help and love? […]

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In my business, I am focused on helping others achieve a healthy balance in their lives through the use of yoga, kettlebells and general body weight exercises.  I believe that fitness is a process that must be rooted out for each individual.  Fitness must be enjoyable above all and also meaningful, else it will fail […]

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Kettlebell Deadlifts

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Thanks, Mark, for again being my demonstrator and for not being camera shy. Great job!

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“Being deeply learned and skilled, being well trained and using well spoken words; This is good luck.”    ~Buddha Quality 21:  Well-Spoken Good yoga teachers have a deep grasp of their native language and usually some understanding of Sanskrit.  They must be able to verbalize abstract ideas, poses, and anatomy.   They continually cause their students […]

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“I don’t want to say work is who I am, but some people feel more centered and more whole when they’re producing and creating.” ~Ray Romano Quality 16:  Centered Good yoga teachers lead lives that are centered around yoga and the lessons learned from yoga.  Yoga is the path that creates a more balanced, focused […]

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As I approach the halfway point for this thirty day personal writing challenge, I have been asked many questions regarding this process.  I wish to share these questions and answers with those of you who have been following my blog: Q1 – Why is the process taking longer than thirty days? A1 – I want […]

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Learning to Balance in Handstand

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This pictures was taken about four years ago and yes, it has been photoshopped.  Well, at least the wall where my foot is balancing has been “erased” for presentation purposes.  It’s a nice picture, but I always feel like a little bit of a “phony” because I can’t hold this pose in mid-air for than […]

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“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.”  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson Quality #13:  Inspiring What inspires you?  Athletes who seem to do almost super-human feats? The innocence of children?  A beautiful rainbow after a summer storm?  Your spouse?  Your own child?  Your dog? Many things inspire […]

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