Thursday, July 18, 2019

Connect your breath with movement

How often do we stop in our daily lives to move with our self and breathe?  

Probably not very often.

Just take a few seconds and close your eyes and start to move with yourself.  Continue for as long as you can.  Take the time to move and breathe with yourself.


Whatever resonates do that.  You will know when you are in oneness with yourself.  You will totally lose time and will be completely present in the NOW.  It is a beautiful feeling that is not like any other. 

Connect with yourself and move and breathe and move and breathe and move and breathe and move and breathe.


Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Doula at The Biggest Baby Shower Ever Dallas!

Calling ALL Pregnant Mamas and The Papas!

Come out and make some new connections.  This is especially important for expecting mothers.  We are all missing COMMUNITY.  Please start one now and keep connected.  This can help both mama and papa sooooooooooooooooo very much in the first months after birth and beyond. 

I will be at the Biggest Baby Shower at The Embassy Suites in Frisco on July 11, 2019, from 4:30-9pm.  Enter to Win a Free Doula for your childbirth from Amrit by Bryne Boyer or a gift basket filled with goodies for mom. 

Many amazing people and products to learn about – the country’s largest and original event series for expecting and new parents. Don’t miss out on testing the latest gear, learning from the experts, meeting other new and soon-to-be parents in your area, and going home with the latest products on the market. 

Thank you Layered for giving a gift card to your fantastic restaurant and supporting the growing community of moms in North Texas.  If you are pregnant or the mother of a newborn, please come visit and learn about the benefits of prenatal yoga and having a doula present at your birth at the Amrit by Bryne Boyer booth. 

In less than 72 hours before the Biggest Baby Shower.  Today I'm busy pulling all the strings together... balloons, items for the gift basket, brochures, notepads, and flyers that I will give to all the pregnant moms and mothers with newborns.  There are also website updates that I'm working through with my marketing company and finally preparing my thank you letters for the vendors who donated merchandise for the gift basket.  It's fun but also inspiring to know I will be sharing my passion with so many new families in just a few days.

Tomorrow's the big day... If you are pregnant or have a newborn, I hope to meet you tomorrow at the #BiggestBabyShower in Frisco, Embassy Suites 4:30pm - 9pm.  If you enter the Amrit by Bryne Boyer Drawing, you could win this beautiful necklace and bracelet from Fair and Square Imports – Thank you for supporting Amrit Yoga by Bryne Boyer and being so giving to our growing community of mothers.  You can buy General Admission Tickets to The Biggest Baby Shower Ever for only $15

The birth will bring you full circle = 360


Monday, June 10, 2019

Khalsa Way Prenatal Yoga for Pregnant Women

When you get the opportunity to study with the first Khalsa Way baby you know you are blessed.

Last month I had the blessing to study with Wah Khalsa in Portland, Oregon.  It was a beautiful meeting of two souls who have a passion for helping women during pregnancy.  Khalsa Way is my most treasured yoga training because it charted my course and set me on a glorious path into the birth world.  This was especially exciting for me because I trained under her mother, Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, the instructor who started this revolutionary method she called The Khalsa Way.

"You have the power to have this baby."

Khalsa is a derivative of a Sanskrit word that means pure. But Gurmukh says, pure means conscious; you have the power to have this baby, you don’t need to buy into western medicine that you cannot do it: you can do it because God gave you the power to do it.

Even though some of her ideas may sound too unconventional for the typical American mother-to-be, Gurmukh says that what they teach is not that out there, but rather just practical knowledge. Baby wants mama, baby wants milk, baby wants to sleep.  So we teach basics, things that people in so many countries are already doing.  Instead of dividing the practice in trimesters as normally happens in Hatha Yoga, the Khalsa Way method allows women to practice most of the asanas up to the last stages of their pregnancy.

"Tap into your God-given power to deliver your baby."

The Khalsa Way was founded by Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa in 1995.  She was already an established Kundalini Yoga teacher and was a student of Yogi Bhajan. When pregnant women started coming to her regular Kundalini class she realized a great need for the teaching to be specialized for mama’s to be. Yogi Bhajan gave Gurmukh his blessing to translate the teachings for the pregnancy community. And so it began. Starting with just a few mamas in her home, it has grown over 20 years supporting Khalsa Way teachers and communities all over the world.

If you are pregnant and want to tap into your God-given power to deliver your baby into the world without popular medications that are widely used, please contact Amrit by Bryne Boyer to learn how the Khalsa Way can be a blessing.  


Sunday, May 19, 2019

The Space Between

Is an idea that I played with in my mind starting in 2014.  I don't know where it came from but I started to notice the space between things.  It could have come from the loss of my Father.  I lost him on June 16, 2011. The space between us started with our iPhone.  When he was still living his phone would not call my phone for about one year.
"A space, but not a space."
So, we had space between before the real space between.  I also heard the space between in one of Alicia Keys song Un-thinkable.  It moves me like nothing else when the beat stops then comes back.  It does something magical to me and I wonder to myself if anyone else loves it as much as I do?  The song and the space isn't the space between the notes. What really makes the music anyway?  The space between this realm and the next.  The space between as you move through labor.  The space between you and God. Now that is a question.  Is there space between you and God?  I don't think so.  He is always with us.  A space, but not a space.

Sometimes we take space from God but He not from us.  
When we take that space between God and get off track it can be a hard time.  Because we let go of God and go to our own devices that let us down.  We need space between many things but not God.  But we don't need to take space between, but His in the space between.  If we did not have space between words we would have a difficult time reading.  Even the space between the letters is important.  The space between our thoughts is divine time.  A time we can commune with the ethereal oneness of the universe.  We always need space between in all areas of life.  Space helps us to grow in ways we never knew possible.  Until one day we have united again.  I long for the day I enter into God-TIME and unite with my father again.

There is even space between the muscles created when we practice yoga – we breathe into the space between in our practice to grow and expand, but what about the space between our breath?

One space between that I don't like is an open space in a table where crumbs fall, not a good space.  When we dream we are in a space between but what if you did not dream and you were truly awake? No more dreams, just awake.  Even space has space between.  When we go out into space (space out) we are in the space between.  Is there a space between life and death?
"We must keep it going." 
A small pinpoint of a space between, drive you into a new realm.  Sometimes you must actively take a space between when you know nothing else will do.  Two people going at it and nothing else to do but to take a space between.  To fully breath in and breath out.  Inhale/Exhale that is what keeps us in the here and now.

We must keep it going.  Although is it possible to take a space between the breaths and then come back to your inhalation and exhalation?  How long of a space between the breaths can we take and still come back to this realm?  The space between creates everything.  Just look at your fingers and really study it.  Look at the lines that make the space between.  It gives them definition and you see other spaces between the next line.

If it was all one and we had no space between would we be God?  All One.  To make a cire we have no space between but in the center, we have space between the lines but the circle itself is one complete motion.  A period is different in that itself, there is no space between but to see the period you have to see the space between the period and the rest of the page.


Thursday, May 16, 2019

Present While Pregnant

With so many distractions in today's world, how do we find the time to be present while pregnant? Although it may seem impossible, I would start by putting your phone down. If you need some help with this one, listen to Erykah Badu, (Phone Down.) This song will get you in the mood to develop the skills necessary to put your phone down. 

Once you do not have the constant distraction of your cell phone you can tune in.  Into what you ask? Tune into your BREATH. The easiest way to do this is to count the number of seconds it takes you to inhale and the number of seconds it takes you to exhale. Try to make your inhales and exhales balanced "equal in the count. That's what we are looking for in all areas of our life is a balance. So start with your breath and balance it. This will then lead to all other areas of your life.  Your baby deserves the best from you and this is a fundamental beginning.   You are their TEACHER and you help them to establish a remembrance of your breath so they can know how to breathe.

Take a few moments now to meditate and focus on your breathing and learn to be present while pregnant:
  1. Find a comfortable seat
  2. Close your eyes
  3. Focus your attention on your inhale and exhale
  4. Be still and breathe for one minute 
If you already have children you can still develop a healthy habit of disconnecting so you can connect.  Way too many children are glued to their cell phone. Including mine at times. There are even mobile apps that help parents to protect their little ones and avert the dangers children face today. Many of these threats are closely associated with the use of mobile devices and the internet. In order to be present while parenting we need to be proactive in teaching children the importance of balance.  
"Practice how to balance your breathing and be present while parenting."
In order to do that this morning,  my son and I worked with a balancing scale and practiced how to visually balance of the two scales in a different way than you might do in a yoga pose such as Vriksasana or tree pose. We need to teach this skill of balance and breath so our next generation will learn a more efficient way to breathe.  Practice how to balance your breathing and be present while parenting.

Bryne Boyer is the founder of Amrit by Bryne Boyer, an online destination for helping mothers experience the childbirth journey and beyond.  Learn more at or call 214.726.5111