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Over more than 30 years, both on my own journey and during the honor of working with many clients, I’ve seen that vibrant health is possible when we mindfully combine yoga, fitness, and wellness.
In these blog articles, I share with you some ideas you can integrate to help support your health and well-being — for today, and for your future.
Because life is truly a path, and each step leads to the next. Each experience we have and what we learn along the way create the space for the amazing human beings we are all meant to become.
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These blog articles provide tips and resources to help you discover true health.
Are you on a digital devices the majority of the day? Whether it be your smart phones, lap tops, or any other hand held device,
Forgiveness brings peace. Without forgiveness, resentment will show up in your body and in your health. Forgiveness is one of the most powerful tools to healing your body and mind.
The Yoga Sutras of Patañjali are full of meaning and over decades of repeated study, deep reflection, and practice each sutra serves as a point
Yoga Mat Cleaner With Sanitizing Essential Oil Here’s an easy recipe to create a sanitizing essential oil spray. Directions: Sterilize a bottle by quickly immersing
In stressful times, if we can just still our minds long enough to go inward and focus on our breath, a calmness and stability will
These guidelines are for the experienced Yoga practitioner with a normal pregnancy. Pregnancy is a very special time to become more in tune with the
There are many things that happen to us in our lives that we cannot control, but we can control how our emotions respond to the
Meditation, also know as dhyana, one of the 8 limbs of yoga, is the practice of relaxed breath awareness. Meditation lightens the emotional load, creating
The beauty about the aging body and the practice of yoga is that there is so much we gain through years of asana, pranayama and
Yoga is for everyone and always has been; All who come to the practice are welcome. The young have come to yoga to develop