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!)
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