Thinking back to my late 20’s I remember feeling lonely. I didn’t have a lot of “tools” back then to help me manage stress, so this feeling kept recurring on a loop resulting in a serious health decline that lasted for years. Loneliness rises with…Read More
I’ve been a dancer and an athlete almost all of my life.
My clients ask me all the time, what my favorite form of exercise is, and I think of it like this––just like I want to eat something different every day, by body craves different ways of moving every day. Some days I want to go on a hike, other days it’s yoga, a swim, Pilates, a walk,GYROTONIC®, dancing or a combination of things.
But, if I had to choose one thing that has been integral to keeping my body pain-free over the years it’s…Read More
Imagine for a moment that you are driving a chariot being pulled by five very strong, wild horses. You’d like your journey to be peaceful, stable and steady, while progressing in the direction you desire right? In order to do this you have to understand…Read More
Who doesn’t want a clear mind, that is relaxed, brilliant, and good natured? Tense, anxious, and worried minds plague the best of us. In today’s world, stress management has become a crucial skill to develop and everyone is on the hunt for the cure. So, what is the prescription for a tranquil, clear and peaceful mind?Read More
Wellness retreats have exploded in popularity over the past several years, and for good reason––health conscious individuals, who are overworked and overstressed, are looking for relief and someplace to reset. If you have been on the fence about whether or not a wellness retreat is right for you, or wonder if it is worth the investment, read on…Read More
Every year we take another wild journey around the sun. I have come to the conclusion, that if I don’t consciously try and “map” this journey out it can start to take a life of its own—good or bad. As we all know, life is what we choose to make it, and every new year is another chance to craft it into something special.Read More
There are two tools I use when I need clarity in my life or want to take action on a goal: Meditation and Journaling. Both are excellent methods for witnessing your thoughts and observing patterns. Although I like to use a combination of both, journaling is what ultimately…Read More
Did you know that two-thirds of adults, living throughout all developed nations, fail to obtain the recommended eight hours of nightly sleep? Sleep is crucial to our health and well-being. I have always taken sleep seriously, but after reading…Read More
The Yoga Sutras is a celebrated masterpiece written over 2,000 years ago by the yogic sage Patanjali. This is “THE BOOK” on yoga. In just 196 short verses, or “sutras,” it addresses the shared human condition and maps out how to work towards a more liberated experience of body, mind and soul. There is no mention of flexibility or acrobatic tricks here and it is not religious or dogmatic.Read More
Cupping is a method I use, during my massage sessions, to apply negative pressure to various parts the body. This technique enhances blood flow circulation in the areas that are stagnant and helps…Read More