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Finding Movement

After a year of surgeries (four to be exact, two infections, a picc line and living without a hip for 11 weeks), I am finally able to integrate movement back into my life. As an incredibly active person, being sedentary for so long was really tough. My norm was a yoga practice daily as well […]

Published June 27, 2019

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The Five Obsessions

Last week, I attended a convention for my day job (I own a marketing firm) and had the benefit of hearing from Josh Linkner as he detailed the Five Obsessions of Innovators. His keynote resulted in so many conversations throughout the rest of the week that I want to share the concepts with you. Although […]

Published October 24, 2017

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Take responsibility for your energy

I just finished teaching a lunchtime yoga pilates fusion class and the energy was awesome. In fact, it was so tremendous that it got me thinking about why the tone of a class can be so different on some days, simply based on the energy level. Although there are many factors including the format and […]

Published September 29, 2017

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Change of seasons can mean rebirth and growth

There is a common theme this week among so many religious or cultural beliefs: new beginnings and peace! Today marks the fall equinox, the United Nations has declared it the International Day of Peace, we have a new moon in Virgo, and Rosh Hashanah started last night. While so many view this season as death […]

Published September 21, 2017

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Taking yoga off your mat

With school bells in the air, it is a great time to commit to furthering your yoga journey by learning more about the eight limbs of the yogic path. Astanga is Sanskrit for “eight limbs” and those limbs are Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. The eight limbs of yoga are a […]

Published September 6, 2017

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Yoga as Means to Combat Stress

In a society dominated by stress and illness, the principles and practices of yoga can be a guide to health, wellness and stress reduction. Animals and humans are designed for short bursts of fight or flight followed by a period of rest. The four stages of stress activation include: Alarm – Fight/Flight Response. Resistance – […]

Published August 22, 2017

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