My Top Seven Recommended Books for Yogi’s!

When I first started regularly practicing yoga, I realized how much more it was than what physically happened on the mat. The connection I felt intrigued me SO much, and I wanted to dive face first into every book/article/blog post/YouTube video that I could possibly find. It was super overwhelming at first, so many topics, … Continue reading My Top Seven Recommended Books for Yogi’s!

Confessions of a Yoga Teacher: What I Want You to Know

There are always things that I wish I could say to students, (especially newer students) but just like with anything, there is always a time and a place. So... I thought I could write about it! A few things I wish I could share with every single one of my students... Confessions of a yoga … Continue reading Confessions of a Yoga Teacher: What I Want You to Know

Spring Equinox: Rituals for Equilibrium + Cleansing

I don't know about you... but Spring is one of my favorite times of year. Today, March 20th, is the Spring or Vernal Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. This day marks the beginning of longer days and brighter colors. A new cycle of life begins to emerge, and we say goodbye (hopefully!) to the snow … Continue reading Spring Equinox: Rituals for Equilibrium + Cleansing

A Few of My Favorite Quotes from the Masters Themselves

Don't you love when you come across an incredible piece of writing that touches your heart SO wildly, that it feels like they were quite literally speaking about your life? Yeah, me too. SO! I decided this week to share a few of my favorite quotes. There are SO many, and this list is way … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Quotes from the Masters Themselves

Tips to Creating a Home Practice

The idea of practicing at home is great. No time constraint, more freedom to do whatever our bodies are asking for that day, self-care time, no extra fees or payments to practice yoga... & with the expansive and growing communication platform we have at our very fingertips (the internet), we can get full yoga classes … Continue reading Tips to Creating a Home Practice

A Very Vegan Thanksgiving: The Before, During + Aftermath

"'Enough' is a feast." ~Buddhist proverb Hey friends! This post is a little late, but I've been catching up on my groove since the thanksgiving weekend. Now that I'm here, I wanted to post about my SECOND vegan thanksgiving! SO. What am I thankful for? This post would be far too long if I wrote … Continue reading A Very Vegan Thanksgiving: The Before, During + Aftermath

Four Ways to Incorporate Mindfulness in the Everyday

“The only thing that is ultimately real about your journey is the step that you are taking at this moment. That’s all there ever is.” – Eckhart Tolle A few years back, I was driving my little Toyota corolla down the street, going my regular route to work. Suddenly I found myself parked, at work, … Continue reading Four Ways to Incorporate Mindfulness in the Everyday

The Greatest Gift Of All

"Do not feel lonely, the entire universe is inside of you." ~Rumi I moved back and forth across the world three times throughout my childhood. It was difficult as a young child to adjust and find friends when everybody already had their lives so settled. I was a social child (its the Gemini in me) … Continue reading The Greatest Gift Of All