Hello beautiful souls, Immersed in the world of creating life after loss, I know both professionally and personally how challenging the journey of change can. This is especially true when we want something to change (um, yesterday please). It doesn’t matter if we are moving through grief, trying to release weight, create a new habit, … Read more
We are a society surrounded by myths around grief. These myths exists to give us a container to put the grief in, to make sense of when nothing else may seem to. I believe that grief is not only about life and death, but is about every disappointment we’ve ever held onto. Grief is a process, not an event.
I first fell in love with yin yoga after losing mobility in my right arm. All of the down dogs and warriors were no longer agreeing with me. What really struck a core though, was holding the poses for a longer period of time, and be honest with my emotions. Yoga taught me how to … Read more
How many times have you given up on doing something because you feared that you wouldn’t do it well? Or judged yourself because it wasn’t perfect? Is there a part of yourself that you are not sharing with the world? Would you consider showing us your brilliance?
First the good news! Was able to breathe a sigh of relief this past Friday when the words “benign” came through the end of the phone. I have to admit, last week was a LONG week of practicing all of the tools in my toolbox. The ultrasound of my thyroid revealed an irregular bordered nodule … Read more