Check out this simple 10-minute recorded meditation to bring you comfort.
About once a week, I see a parent ask Facebook, “What are the best ways to start teaching mindfulness to children?” And then Facebook comes through with a list of three dozen Apps, YouTube channels and products that are “great!” What makes us think for… Read More »How to Teach Children Mindfulness
On Saturday morning, I stopped teaching my yoga class as my husband had called my phone a few times in a row. I ignored the first few calls, assuming he’d forgotten I was busy, and he was calling asking about where to find tiny shoes… Read More »An ode to the lessons of (not) the best dog ever
Yesterday, I took a walk along the cliffs at Pt. Vicente. I watched whales breach, dolphins play, osprey hunt, and people stare at their cell phones. I get it. Cell phones are great fun. They give us an immediate pleasure rush of hot excitement. But… Read More »Body Love: a workshop and a way of being
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LIVE Virtual Classes These Zoom classes are fully-interactive. Your teacher will be filming from his/her/their home, and you’ll get to chat before and after class. Payment and Registration: Login to your MINDBODY account Sign up for a “virtual/livestream” class These classes are marked “FREE /… Read More »The Yoga Harbor Studio Guide
Enjoy this 60-minute FLOW for your hips and shoulders. Play this video straight from any MINDBODY account.
Ingredients 1 package extra firm tofu, drained and lightly dried, cut into 1/4-inch slices 2 tbsp EVOO S&P to taste 1 head broccoli, cut into florets 1 large yellow onion, sliced 2 cups white rice, cooked as you desire (rice cooker, Instant Pot, etc.) For… Read More »Recipe: Crispy, Spicy, Peanut Tofu
This is the perfect go-to meal for busy people. Most of the ingredients can be made ahead and frozen or stored until ready to eat. This recipe comes to us from Ayurveda, the art and science of eating for our body types and energy levels.… Read More »recipe: sautéed spinach and sweet potatoes