I’m turning 32 today. Another year older means more wrinkles and gray hairs but it also means so many more experiences. I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life and a huge part of that is that I’m more connected to myself than I’ve ever been. I’ve found confidence and peace within myself that […]Read More Birthday intentions
I’ve made meditation a part of my daily routine for quite a few years now. It’s something that is very important to me and one thing that I try not to sacrifice. Of course, I’m only human and I’ve gone through times in the past where I fell short of my daily meditation goal. At […]Read More Just chill out.
The core of your true self. let go of all the pretending and the becoming you’ve done just to belong. Curl up with your rawness and come home. you don’t have to find yourself; you just have to let yourself in. -d antionette foyRead More
I begin to realize that this is the part where yoga really starts to happen. Yoga isn’t just getting on a mat and moving our body into different postures. In fact, most of yoga happens off our mats.Read More A Race Between My Body and My Mind
I recently read somewhere that only 8% of people who set New Years Resolutions actually have success. Which means that everyone else is a failure. Failure. Such an ugly word, right? I used to think so but now I am kind of in love with it. I remember when I was growing up, failure was […]Read More To fail or not to fail
I am a control freak. There, I said it. I like things to go my way. When they don’t, I tend to get upset, frustrated, annoyed and angry. I might even shed some tears. That is why I have deemed 2015 the year I allow myself to work towards letting go and trusting the process. […]Read More Trust the Process
It’s that time of year again and we are in thick of it. Christmas parties, booze, late nights, bad food, exhaustion, probably more booze, too many sweets, no sleep…..you get where I am going where. This is the time of year where we completely drain ourselves. The sad part is, we do this to ourselves […]Read More Holidazed and Confused
Yoga is very advantageous to all athletes and should be incorporated into everyone’s weekly workout routine. To learn more about all of the great benefits of a consistent yoga practice, see my blog post Why Every Athlete Should do Yoga. The sequence below will help strengthen and stretch your under and over utilized muscles as well […]Read More Yoga for Athletes
Ahhhh, November. I have missed you terribly. Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. The turning of the leaves, cooler temperatures, scarfs and boots, hot teas and lattes, sitting around the fire, cuddling on the couch under a mountain of blankets, it all makes me giddy with excitement just thinking about it. One thing […]Read More Fall Into a Reset
“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go do that. Because what the world needs is more people who come alive.” ~ Howard Thurman. So what is it that makes you come alive? What gets your heart racing with excitement? What are you so passionate about […]Read More Dreaming, thinking, wishing and hoping.