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The original recipe is from Food Network: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/portobello-tacos-with-pico-de-gallo-recipe-1944682 Total: 30 min Active: 25 min Yield: 2 servings Level: Easy Ingredients Portobello mushroom caps, sliced (1 to 1 1/2 per person) 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil (enough to coat while tossing) Garlic powder Lime, to squeeze over mushrooms while grilling Salt Pico de Gallo: 1 white … Continue reading Portobello Tacos with Pico de Gallo
“If you try to do your best, there is no failure.” -Mike Farrell Good afternoon, yin friends! I know what you are thinking…she started this series AGES ago! And you are right! It took me forever to get the final sequence that lines up with my Four Agreements theme up. However, it kind of […] via … Continue reading Beautiful Yin Sequence from Nancy Nelson
Begin the class in Easy Pose. Ask the students to close their eyes and remove themselves from outside distractions. Spend one minute here, encouraging the students to be present with this space and this moment. While in Easy Pose, lead the students in subtle neck stretches. WARM-UP Cat/Cow (alternating lifted arms, then legs, then opposite … Continue reading 60-Minute Vinyasa Sequence –> Bikram-Inspired Grounded Flow (with playlist)
Start the class in Child’s pose with the legs wide. Ask the students to close their eyes, relax, and focus on these 60 minutes for themselves. Begin ujjayi breathing while you explain the benefits of twisting, including creating flexibility in the spine, increasing circulation, and aiding in digestion. Warm-Up (~25 Min.) -“Thread the Needle” for … Continue reading 60-Minute Vinyasa Sequence –> Focusing on Twisting (with playlist)