Taylor Graham is recent transplant to San Diego after reluctantly living almost half of her life in Florida. Having fallen in love with California on her first visit in college, she now lives somewhere she truly loves. She is a full-time freelance writer and editor who has spent the last few years helping first-time authors craft their stories.
May 28 | Uncategorized |
When Abby posted months ago on Instagram celebrating her sobriety anniversary, I could not have been more shocked at what I read. Abby was the first instructor I ever had at Yoga Six, and she is described by me, as well as other students in our studio, as “wonderful” and “zen.” To hear she was once an alcoholic was a story I knew had to be told, because to see how she is now, also a new mother, is incredibly powerful and moving. Telling her story is truly an honor, and I hope it will touch you as much as it did me…
April 16 | The Practice
In addition to flexibility and relaxation, a regular yoga practice produces strength in your body and your mind. The strength you build from your vinyasa and power yoga practice is a different type of strength than the kind that you build from strength training with weights. And, that is why Yoga Six is introducing Y6 Sculpt…
March 19 | The Practice |
It’s always been my firm belief that when it comes to group fitness classes, a huge percentage of my personal satisfaction depends on the quality of the instructor. Over the last almost-year that I’ve been practicing yoga, I’ve complied this list of what I believe makes a great yoga instructor and thus, a great class experience.
March 5 | The Practice |
One of the things I love about Yoga Six —and yoga in general—is how there truly is a class for everyone. Yoga Six has a lot of beginner friendly yoga classes! Here are my favorite beginner friendly yoga classes at Yoga Six…
February 5 | The Practice |
I’ve never enjoyed yoga. I’ve never enjoyed exercising, either. My shin splints and tight hamstrings meant I could not exercise and “feel good” afterward….Despite my unusually tight hamstrings (though they may be slightly better) and zero flexibility, I still show up to my mat for the same reasons: to keep my head in the right place and work through my pain.