I became really inspired to write this after a lecture with my Hungry for Happiness crew. I sensed the self care was slipping. The pressure is on as my group transitions into the pro bono coaching phase! People are having imposter syndrome. "Who am I to transform a women's life through how she thinks about… Continue reading Feeling good is your job: My guide to self care this winter.
The original title of this blog post was: Love, Money, and Healing. I didn't think it sounded clickable so I scrapped it, but to be totally honest, these words are so intertwined for me right now. In terms of love and money, what I mean is the powerful ways relationships (family, romance, friendships) can be… Continue reading Finding Balance: Money Talks & Plant Goals
It's been a while. I've been silent when it comes to blogging because I was so busy with Athleta, teaching yoga and trying to complete "adulting" type tasks, such as taxes and teeth cleaning appointments. It feels good to feel inspired and motivated again to write and share what's going on. It took a second… Continue reading Finding Balance – Back to Blogging, New Routines & Letting Things Go
How to think about what you commit to and finding the courage to fill up your cup. Do you ever just not want to do something? Does the thought of going to an activity or event make you want to immediately curl into bed? Maybe you’re anxiously attempting to come up with a legitimate… Continue reading The Best Excuse When You Literally Cannot
What is yoga off the mat? #yogaoffthemat is a hashtag I’ve been using in an attempt to get across the fact that yoga is so much than all the gorgeous postures that fill our Instagram feeds. Let me elaborate… First of all, yoga in essence means “union.” That can mean the joining of opposites or the… Continue reading Yoga Off The Mat: 8 Limbs of Yoga Breakdown
A key takeaway from the yoga teacher training I attended was normalizing the use of props in our regular, physical yoga practice. We learned how to effectively use props depending on the pose. It was drilled into us that we should use props regularly in our classes because they will help to make yoga better… Continue reading Why It’s Essential To Use Props In Yoga.
As my time in Thailand draws to an end, I find myself continuously thinking about why I love practicing yoga and the reason for pursuing a 200-hour yoga teacher training. As I aimlessly stroll around Chiang Mai, or speed around traffic in a tuk tuk, or stare into the mountains of Thailand while the pickup… Continue reading Why I Love and Want to Teach Yoga