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
Yoga events coming up in the Seattle area designed to inspire and challenge you! Free yoga class, FITT Yoga, and Vision Board workshops.
Last Friday, I thought I would try something different. In my experience, the easiest way to stay motivated in my yoga practice is to try out new teachers and studios. I recently learned about a new type of yoga: FITT Yoga, from Fitt Balance Owner and Trainer, Christen Singer. What
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
In my last post, Community, I discussed my desire to be more involved in the local community in a positive way. Easy to say, and hopefully simple to execute. Here are three ways I found to connect with the local community over the next few months and these are all things you
At the beginning of November, I hosted the first Nourish Retreat at my house. This was an amazing experience for all of the attendees and all the wonderful ladies who worked so hard to make it happen. Diana Ratsamee wrote an article about the retreat in Seattle Yoga News and Danielle Sack
Hawaii…a place I had always dreamed of visiting has now been checked off of the ol’ bucket list. We only had a few days, so we concentrated on diving in Kona. We dove with Jack’s Diving Locker, who I absolutely would recommend to anyone. They are an incredibly professional, knowledgable