How To Create Healthy Boundaries

Going home for the holidays can be a joyous time of sharing with friends and family. But it can also trigger old, unhealed wounds and rubber band you back to a former version… Continue reading

Backbends: The Head to Heart Connection

Where you look matters. It’s a metaphor for keeping your eye on the “ball” of the positive things in life. Where you focus helps guide you where you want to go, not toward what isn’t serving… Continue reading

A Little Bit About Tea + Chakra Tea Review

I’m a tea snob. There’s something about the process of boiling water, selecting tea, letting it steep ad enjoying the subtle nuances of flavor that speak to my slow-food loving inner yogini. All… Continue reading

Five Yoga Poses For Traveling

As the busiest season for travel gets underway, you can expect to spend many hours crammed into a compact seated position. Not the best for your posture, your back or your mood! If you’re… Continue reading

Change, Transformation & Inversions

If you want to change, to evolve, you must let go. If there’s no room to usher in your transformation it will pass you right by and return until you make space for it.… Continue reading

The Best Thing To Do When You’re Stressed (Bonus; It’s Free!)

Stress is a killer. It’s the source of sickness, fatigue, loss of productivity and grey hair. There will always be stress; it’s an unavoidable part of life, but one that’s necessary for growth. Stressful… Continue reading

Superfood Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

I love autumn and pumpkin season. I wanted a recipe to bring all those holiday flavors into a drink without all the sugar, artificial ingredients and hefty price tag you’d find at a coffee… Continue reading

Yoga To Strengthen Your Core

You might call me a masochist, but I love ab exercises. Lately, though, I’ve been slacking off. Not because I don’t want to do this important strengthening work, but like everyone, I seem… Continue reading

Three Levels Of The Mind + Poses For Legs (All Levels)

To help us understand the complexity of the mind, yoga philosophy has broken it’s functioning down into three different layers. The outermost layer is where reception of sensory input occurs. This is called the… Continue reading

Three Powerful Restorative Yoga Poses To Combat Stress & Fatigue

There is a reason it’s called a ‘restorative’ practice. These yoga poses, with the use of props, offer the opportunity to rest, relax and receive the benefit of the practice without having to… Continue reading