I'm in the Best Shape of My Life. Here's 'Why'...

I might not be able to run the fastest mile, lift the heaviest weight or weigh-in at the same number my 18-year-old competitive soccer playing self would have.. But I still believe I’m in the best shape of my life. At 28 years old! It took me a bit of pondering to really hone in on why I feel like I’m at my peak.. And then it took me even longer to get to the how. Let me explain.

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Your Life is Defined by Your Not Yet's

...saying no to that question created an imprint in my mind that reinforced that answer to me about my identity, my ability and frankly not only who I was in that moment, but also who I would be in the future. Answering "no" would have created a boundary on my own life, present and future. And who was building that boundary? Me. 

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How to Start a Home Yoga Practice

Ever wondered what a "home practice" looks like? Carving out time in your day to dedicate to yoga & meditation can increase self awareness, reduce stress and allow you to give your body and mind what it most needs in that moment and day.

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Choose the Wolf You Feed

I see the duality of emotion and action in people around me, both those close to me as well as strangers on the street or in the news. This leads me, and maybe some of you, to wonder, what is the innate nature of humans? Are we programmed to act out of fear, anger and greed? Or is the thing that truly makes humans unique is our ability to act ABOVE these base emotions and reside in a higher realm of creativity, love, and forgiveness

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But, I'm not a Yogi

I can’t touch my toes! I don’t own a mat or any of that flashy “yoga gear”... What’s this “namaste” business? Isn’t yoga just a bunch of laying around?


Have you heard, thought, or said any of the above? If so, you’re not alone! I hear these refrains frequently when talking to people about why they should consider yoga and how ANYONE can do yoga and will benefit from the practice. Whether you’re 19 or 90, there is a style of yoga for you, I promise.

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