When I first began to travel extensively, I read the book The Art of Pilgrimage by Phil Cousineau. I recommend this book for a myriad of reasons as it really expands the idea of how to approach an upcoming journey. One of the main shifts I discovered from his writings was to
I have spent the last several weeks out on the water with Steve, boating around the San Juan Islands and in Canada. If you follow me on Facebook and Instagram you have seen several photos and stories about our trip. I intended to write an inspiring story about a hike
Last year, I teamed up with Jennifer Hepton and Teanna Gentry to create Nourish Yoga Retreats. Last November, our Nourish Retreat was a great success, so we are we are at it again! The Concept of Simplicity Our theme for this year’s retreat has changed. Last year, we explored self-care through
Many times in our lives, it is necessary to remove toxic influences in our lives. While one blog post is way too short to cover all toxic aspects of life (pollution, work stress, negative people, etc.), I can definitely help you find a great resource to detoxify your body through healthy
Being ‘healthy’ and ‘fit’ is an overwhelming, commercial ideal that seems unattainable to us all (yoga teachers included). If you look at and compare yourself to the people around you, your self-esteem will plummet. Other people are skinnier, happier, stronger, more flexible and younger. Why should you try to compete
Yoga events coming up in the Seattle area designed to inspire and challenge you! Free yoga class, FITT Yoga, and Vision Board workshops.
The more I enjoy a yoga class or workshop, the more difficult it is for me to blog about it. To me, the energy that I experience from some teachers is so profound that I feel putting it into the public arena diminishes the experience. This being said, perhaps if it is