I'm kind of a big deal...

Today, a tall beautiful curly-haired goddess approached me after yoga class and told me that she read my blog. And has been reading for awhile. I can't even begin to tell you the thrill I felt, knowing that she read my words. Even though I know several of you are out there, I still feel shocked when people come up to me and tell me they've read my articles. It will never get old. 

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Showing Up for Your Self-Care

Yesterday, I taught a yoga class at noon.  The room was warm, mats were laid out in a random pattern on the floor, people started to settle in. I had burned some palo santo, so there was a woody, somewhat sensual smell that wafted through the room. I was creating a sacred space for these yogis to breathe, pray, lay it all down. As I watched them settling down on their mats, I was filled with a deep feeling of respect for their presence in that room. 

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Things I forgot in 2017

This year was full of activity, surprises, disappointments, illness, love, cookies and so much more. I caught myself yesterday saying "2017 kicked my ass..." and as I said it something didn't quite ring true. Yes, I often felt like my proverbial ass was handed to me this year. Obstacles were put in my path that I wasn't prepared to handle, I saw some relationships come and go, I felt deep darkness at times. 

Reflecting on a year is one of my favorite things to do. It gives me the opportunity to take stock of myself, my goals, and where I am spending my energy. 

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Telling the truth ain't easy...

I struggle with the truth. I will go as I have learned, through years of coping mechanisms, to lie for self preservation. Some lies are little. Some lies are big. Some lies make people feel amazing. Some lies hurt so badly, I can't even face them. Why is telling the truth so difficult sometimes?

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Yoga Nidra for Relaxation

Every Tuesday night I am honored to teach a yoga class at Perennial Yoga that ends with a 20-minute Yoga Nidra. This relaxation technique is very helpful to many who suffer from stress, anxiety, fear, restlessness, and other ailments that make it hard to relax. Please enjoy a free recording of this practice. 

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