Jane’s Work:
The Yoga of Embodiment [pdf]
– Jane’s thesis, written in 2002, and submitted for an M.A. in Counseling/Depth Psychology.

The Yoga Loft, San Francisco
The Yoga Loft was founded in 2002 by Jane House and Meg Whitbread with an intention to create a home for ‘The Yoga of Embodiment’ in the heart of San Francisco. Over the years, The Yoga Loft has grown into one of California’s most beloved yoga schools. “The Loft” has become a home-base for the city’s most authentic teachers. It is a place where evolutionary relationships are formed and every time you walk up the stairs, you are bound hear stunning amounts of laughter.

Jane’s Primary Teachers:
Sofia Diaz
Angela Farmer & Victor Van Kooten
Tony Briggs

Lululemon Ambassador Page:

The Yoga Loft, San Francisco, CA
Hale Mind & Body, Nashville, TN

Elisa Romeo’s Blog

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San Francisco

I’m starting to really look forward to my visit to San Francisco. I love that there is a beautiful city over there that holds so much of my experience and so many of my people.  I’m so thankful it’s there.  The town feels to me like a favorite, personal song that always makes me remember parts of my heart.  Parts that I did not know before I got there. It’s a good poem that sets off the kind of smile that comes from the inside out, the kind that you are powerless from stopping.

San Francisco is a backbend. In many ways, I can honestly say that I did a good job there. We finished on great terms and it’s nothing but a joy to return. That feels good.  I can also see, from where I now sit, why I had to leave. Not because Nashville is a better place and not because I got tired of San Francisco either.  Sometimes, when we stay in a place and just do the best that we can,  things change anyway. If we don’t move, the ground does.  Places, I’ve noticed,  help us find parts of ourselves.

Anyway, here’s the plan. I’m gonna meet my beautiful new godson, Julian Reed Burgess. I’m gonna spend as much time with Floyd as I possibly can. I’m gonna see my girls and hopefully a bunch of my students. Griffin will play a show on Saturday, Jan 29th. Then we’ll make our way back to Nashville.  Back to the supported forward fold that I now call Home.

My dear friend Elisa Romeo, who is also an undeniably advanced, deep-forward-fold herself (and a brilliant intuitive at-that) wrote a  very generous blog about my upcoming workshop in San Francisco.  It feels really good to be seen by her. It feels good to be seen.  So, here it is: www.elisaromeo.blogspot.com. Thank you Elisa.

Posted January 9th, 2011
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