Are you more curious about what keeps a fire burning more than how to start a new one? I am a fire child. I have bright red hair-well, at least I did before the aging process began. I live my live with a feriousity that is rarely met by another. My husband owns a wood-fired pizza truck and we spend all our free time outside camping and roasting marshmallows. Fire is my thing. However as Joel and I looked out our camper window on Friday night to see a fire a blaze in the mid
One of the great benefits of traveling to teach yoga is that you build a network of open hearts each place you go. As I leave any place there are yogis hungry for more and eager to share the gifts of the practice. It is quite an honor that I hope to never take for-granted. Knowing that you want to share the great gifts of yoga with others is absolutely awesome. The world needs you. Your voice, your experience matters and will help us all grow and heal and learn to breathe
Yes, I am writing this from a plane. Airplanes are ripe with inspiration. Just think about it, “Please put your own mask on before helping another”, “Turn the power off on your phone and other electronic devices,” “Smoking is not allowed in the lavatories.” Okay the third one is far fetched, but really, each time I am on an airplane I find myself in awe of all the lessons. Twenty minutes into my flight the pilot comes over the intercom system and says, “We have reached o
Today Is A Great Day to Begin! Do you find that playing small is often easier than going big?
Does your big dream actually involved being more grounded, thoughtful, and honestly, doing a lot less with more intention?
I curated and taught at Steamboat Movement Fest this past weekend. Prior to the weekend, Jacki Carr, my branding coach, and I planned ways to launch a strong message and great connections. We had literally dozens of ways for me to be impactful and
As I sat with one of my closest friends at the kiddie pool-yep the pee filled puddle I never thought I would go near-I found myself more inspired than I ever expected. Maybe it was the cute little swimming songs she was singing to her 6 month old, but I think it was more than that. My college bar-hopping buddy, who became one of my bridesmaids and pretty much my neighbor, has been a part of some of my greatest memories as I moved into full adulthood. We have inside jokes, mo
Have you ever considered the language you use with yourself when you are struggling? Do you grant your loved ones more forgiveness than you have space for when it comes to your own mistakes? Yesterday I caught Joel, my husband, in a completely off moment, puffy eyes, angry attitude and avoiding connection. Because he asked for space and mentioned it had to do with work, not me, I assumed that someone at his job had made a huge mistake and he was headed in to handle it. I ac