Feb 9, 2020
Because I also believe is that we are in a very important moment of change. It is exciting and people are waking up all over the planet. It is truly a spiritual awakening that will require courage, grit and deep compassion. Are you in?
Feb 4, 2020
Forgiving myself frees me up to take in new information without my ego getting in the way. And when presented with new information, if I can listen and hear beyond my limited lens I can then do better. This is yoga.
Jan 27, 2020
These daily habits enable more freedom. Freedom to unlock our true potential. Freedom to have the space, time and energy to align to our dharma (our duty or purpose). These daily habits invite resilience. These daily habits invite adaptability. These daily habits invite ease. All of this will set up the container to better discern what can be changed and what we must accept or surrender to in the moment. To live a life on purpose rather than a life that is reacting to the chaos in the environment.
Jan 19, 2020
I’ve been sitting with this paradox for awhile. I believe that I am enough. Just as I am. And I also believe that there is so much I have to learn. So many ways that I can do better. Yoga has prepared us for this moment. The path invites us to get uncomfortable and to resource so that we may stay in the mud instead of turning away. Because without the mud, without the shadow work there is no lotus, we cannot see the light.
Jan 12, 2020
Now I have intentional communities where I can be vulnerable and share what I'm working through. Communities of women who are also committed to living life in an intentional way.
Jan 5, 2020
On January 1 you can feel the excitement...THIS year I’m going to make it stick. And then February rolls around and we find ourselves in the same old patterns as last year. So, if you do want to change your habits, if you do want to change your outdated behavioral patterns what does work?
Dec 30, 2019
Since we are moving into a whole new decade I decided to spend a little time over the past couple days reflecting on the past 10 years and thought I'd share some of what I worked with in case you find it helpful.
Dec 21, 2019
When resistance shows up and I want to rebel against the practices and habits that I know have saved me again and again, it’s helpful to remind myself that these habits are not rules. Rather they are tools. Tools to keep me on my path. This is the life that I want to live. This is peace.
Dec 17, 2019
Cultivating more sustainable joy is the practice of yoga. I don’t mean happiness. I mean joy. Joy is not determined by external circumstances. Joy is a choice. It is an attitude. It is a belief that we are held by something greater than ourselves. Cheers to more joy in 2020.
Dec 11, 2019
For me it’s the belief that in the end love always wins. Without it I don’t know if I could continue to move forward in a world where there is so much suffering. It’s similar to hope. But, faith brings us into the present moment and asks us to surrender...right here, right now. I believe that a spiritual practice is mandatory for personal evolution. And it is necessary for any movement of social change to be sustainable.