MonDAZED but Motivated

We got back from an amazing, sweaty, restful, fun weekend feeling… exhausted! Let’s first talk why I’m feeling exhausted. We headed to Hood River for three days to teach at the OutFound Festival. It kicked off in true Flex & Flow fashion: with a dance party. What better way to celebrate the amazing view and sunset…

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Hoops, silks, and mud at Wanderlust 108

My Sunday was full of mud, silks, hula hoops, and downward facing dog. Only at Wanderlust! Yesterday I got to attend Wanderlust 108, a pop-up Wanderlust festival here in Portland, OR. It’s a version of a triathlon, featuring running, yoga, and meditation. Though I taught at FFY in the morning and couldn’t attend the run, I…

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Ready to sprung for spring? #spring4prana

Spring has not quite sprung, yet. And I’m ok with it! I grew up in a place with four very distinct seasons, and I loved it. But after years in Colorado with bonus months of winter in lieu of a traditional spring season, aka spring skiing, I’m not quite ready for spring. In Breckenridge, March is…

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Girls will be girls… WE MARCH!

I’m not going to get political, I’m going to get empowered! At this point you’d have to be living under a rock to not notice the tension in the air right now. Since the election, all manner of emotions have been running high. No matter the side of the political spectrum you’re on, the tension…

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Going Into Fall Adventures with #prAnaFallStyle

Fall is in the air! As hard as it is to say goodbye to summer, there are so many things about fall to look forward to! Skies are blue, sunshine is warm, breezes are cool, leaves are starting to turn, fabrics are cozy, pumpkin flavors abound… One thing I absolutely love about fall is that…

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Feet to Head Does Not a Backbend Make

A few weeks ago, I got real in class. We were in splits, which I’m NOT good at. Getting better, putting a lot of work into it, but I’m not uber flexible in that way. Hello, hamstrings! (Yeah, sorry about that one guys.) I generally have the same thing to say to my students when we’re hanging out…

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