Last month, we talked about getting started and trying something new. Welcome to yoga; it’s the best! Yoga will bolster your circulation, improve your joint health, regulate your blood pressure, build your bone density, increase your flexibility, and help you sleep. But none of it matters… Read More »The 1 Key to Health
I am what my husband refers to as an “Appalachian woman;” it’s true, I sold my F-150 pickup truck in order to move to California. After seeing them everywhere, I now drive a Prius. The same thing with my yoga mat. When I first landed… Read More »My first time? Okay, I’ll tell
I had the same soccer coach from the time I was 5 through my departure for college. He was a child psychologist, and looking back I can only imagine what he thought of me. Of the many impressions he made on me, one that stuck… Read More »Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.
Last month, I wrote about abandoning perfection. That statement likely came to you like a breath of fresh air. This month, I’m writing about abandoning hope. That statement likely brings up a different reaction. You may feel immediately angry, confused, panicked, or contentious. It’s true,… Read More »Abandon Hope
My dear friend and neighbor gifted me this rock from her travels to healing places of the country. I knew I wanted to use it in our studio design, and the inspiration struck one day after a long afternoon of physical labor. I would write… Read More »Abandon Perfection for Something Better
Hey, friend! Last month, we talked about getting started and trying something new. Over 150 of you came in to try our studio for the first time in January. Welcome to yoga; it’s the best! Yoga will bolster your circulation, improve your joint health, regulate… Read More »The 1 Key to Health
As I child, I went with my mother, 2 sisters, and grandmother to watch Sleepless in Seattle. You know the scene where they finally connect at the top of the Empire State Building? They all cried their eyes out. I sat watching, trying to figure… Read More »Do You Want to Feel Better, or Do You Want to Get Better?