Check out this simple 10-minute recorded meditation to bring you comfort.
Chia pudding is just about the perfect food. Chia seeds boast wonderful health benefits from fiber to magnesium to quality protein. In addition, they score highly from a tridoshic / Ayurvedic perspective, especially during Vata season (Autumn). This simple recipe takes chia pudding up a… Read More »Autumn Chia and Stewed Peach Pudding
Just last month, I wrote, “Perhaps I’ve simply fallen out of love. Perhaps I still love yoga so deeply that a separation is untenable and a reconciliation imminent.” I knew it then. I wanted that blog post to be the bold statement of my retirement.… Read More »My Make-Up with Yoga
Every person needs a sense of purpose and belonging. At Valmonte Farm & Garden, children and special needs adults find just that. By cultivating the farm, these important souls connect with nature, learn valuable skills, and practice mindfulness in an inclusive, sensory-rich setting. We continue… Read More »Outdoor Classroom Wish List
These three things combine to form a life where we do less, hold onto less, and feel more. Try it out for a month, and let me know how you feel!
This no-bake cookie recipe satisfied the hunger of a whole neighborhood today. Perfect as breakfast, dessert, and anywhere in between, these bites are packed with stuff you’ll actually want to eat. 1/4c butter 1/4c milk 1/2c brown sugar 1/2c date syrup 2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa… Read More »Chocolate Fat Bombs (Nutrient Dense!)
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