Intent

Bodywork

Blog

view:  full / summary

Relocation

Posted by Jennvp on December 10, 2011 at 12:30 AM

Greetings from Colorado!

After years of visiting the Boulder area of Colorado, I've finally made the move. I'm slowly settling into my new responsibilities and routines, and am enjoying the opportunity to do it all with a view of the Front Range. I miss my MN students and clients, so my excitement is balanced with those feelings as well.

I'm available for workshops, Thai yoga bodywork and yoga instruction by appointment, at your location or through Facilitated Wellness at Flatiron...

Read Full Post »

Workshops and Products

Posted by Jennvp on October 24, 2011 at 10:10 AM

Happy autumn!

I hope everyone enjoyed the summer, which seems to have stuck around a little later than usual this year. I'm not complaining.

I've been enjoying teaching an increasing number of workshops on familiar and new topics--related to both yoga and Traditional Thai Medicine. Teaching workshops is incredibly rewarding work.

I also moved forward with my products, and am excited to expand their mark...

Read Full Post »

What's Jenn been up to?

Posted by Jennvp on July 2, 2011 at 2:49 PM
Sawatdee Kaa, and happy sunshiny summer!

So much has been going on since I last checked in here...

As some of you know, I've enjoyed many learning opportunities over the past few months. In February, I had the honor of studying with Thai acupressure expert Noam Tyroler of Isreal when he offered a workshop in Denver, CO. This kicked off my participation in Thai massage training at the Denver Integrative Massage School, where I was part of a...
Read Full Post »

Sangha

Posted by Jennvp on February 27, 2011 at 10:59 PM
As many of you know, since last autumn I have had the opportunity to study the ParaYoga tradition through Devanadi Yoga in Minneapolis.

This 200 hour yoga teacher training program has been a growth experience for me, and upon realizing I have only one weekend left of this section, I wanted to reflect a bit on the experience.

One of the many gifts to come out of this training is the amazing sense of community and shared experience with the ...
Read Full Post »

Putting It All Together

Posted by Jennvp on January 30, 2011 at 1:57 PM
Photo:  Tuk sen technique


Greetings all,
I've been back in snowy Minnesota now for over a month. During that time I've enjoyed sharing my stories from Thail...
Read Full Post »

Minnesota- Finally!

Posted by Webmaster on December 15, 2010 at 12:17 PM

 

I'm back safe and sound...finally!

 

Photo:  On the ferry from Ko Phi Phi to Ko Lanta. Andaman Sea.


My time on the Thai island of Ko Lanta was beautiful and re...

Read Full Post »

Ko Lante

Posted by Webmaster on December 9, 2010 at 9:02 AM

A quick hello from Ko Lanta...


Photo:  Greeings from the Andaman Sea!

 

After tedious travel via plane, car and ferry and an overnight kn Phuket, we are finally on Ko Lanta, where the weather is...

Read Full Post »

Cambodia

Posted by Webmaster on December 8, 2010 at 5:56 PM

These four days in Cambodia have been a whirlwind. A mixture of exhaustion, vulnerability and awe. Now I am sitting once again in the Bangkok airport, this time trying to process the flurry of days in a country I found I didn't know much about before setting foot in it.

 

Saturday I bid fond farewell to Chiang Mai, and with Kelly and Angie flew to Bangkok and on to Siem Reap, Cambodia to see Angko...

Read Full Post »

Bodywork Tuesday

Posted by Webmaster on December 6, 2010 at 2:01 PM



Photo:Monk on the song tao.


Today I received a lot of bodywork. First Pichest showed us a technique where he slapped our calves with an old horseshoe that had bee...

Read Full Post »

Monday monk chat

Posted by Webmaster on December 6, 2010 at 1:39 PM

Photo:  The road to Pichest's.


It was back to Pichest's for class on Monday. We learned, we talked, we practiced.


 

In the ...

Read Full Post »

Rss_feed