MindBodyGreen

I am so excited to report that the awesome people over at MindBodyGreen asked to be one of the Wellness Experts.  I don’t even know what that means and definitely don’t consider myself to be an expert on anything, but I am totally honored to be able to contribute to such an incredible source for all things wellness and yoga related. Here are links to the recent posts that I have written for them.  Please spend some time on their site.  It is awesome!

MindBodyGreen

While still an Indiana girl at heart, Jennifer is a yoga teacher in San Francisco who loves to laugh until it hurts, eat good food, travel to wherever the sun is shining, snuggle with her Labradoodle, Ruby, and spend as much time as possible with friends and family. She teaches atUrban Flow, a donation based studio that shares the practice of Bhatki Flow, the yoga of love and devotion.

Website: JenniferJarrettYoga.com
Twitter: @jjyoga
Facebook: Jennifer Jarrett Yoga


Talking to Myself: A Powerful Lesson from Meditation

During a meditation class a few years ago, the teacher instructed the group to follow the breath, watching the rise of the inhale and the fall of the exhale. Then she suggested that we notice the moments when we found ourselves distracted and… More…

My Yoga Practice Playlist

Music melts all the separate parts of our bodies together.” ~Anais Nin…More»

Learning to Love the Pose You Love to Loathe

If you have a yoga asana practice you most likely can answer the following questions…More»

Life Lesson from My 97-Year-Old Grandma

Moomay is my 97-year-old grandmother. Moomay is just her grandma name that she got stuck with when my older cousin, Chris, attempted to say “Grandma.” No denying it’s unique, just like her. She is the mother of 9 children, grandmother to…More»

A Journey to Truth: Yoga and The Wizard of Oz

I think I may have watched The Wizard of Oz a few too many times as a little girl. For one, it filled me with a pretty crippling fear of tornadoes. Growing up in Indiana, that was a very consuming…More»

Wrapping Our Hearts Around Japan

Waking up to the news of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, was like waking up to a huge kick in the stomach. Actually, it was significantly worse than that. It felt like someone had placed a…More»

One Response to “MindBodyGreen”

  1. Sophie says:

    Hi Jennifer! I just read your post ‘Take my breath away’. I am so sorry to hear about your mother, but so glad that you have yoga to help you through the pain, the loss, the acceptance. Although I have not lost a loved one, I can clearly remember the day I turned up to yoga class, 2 days after my miscarriage. I sat on my mat, that place for just me and remember the last time I was here in this room was just prior to finding out I was pregnant. I dont recall how my breathing was. But I found great comfort in that 1hr and 15mins class. I loved the fact that I could escape my thoughts and feelings and simply be me, and express my emotions through my practice :) Thankyou for your post.

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