Being Well Yoga Blog

Spring Clean Your Excuses! Make space for what really matters.

Excuses.  Everybody makes them.  As a Yoga teacher and wellness professional, I hear excuses all the time.  Sometimes people find out I teach Yoga and immediately give me their excuses for not trying Yoga.  And then they tell me about how they prefer Pilates, or they are not flexible, or that they hate getting quiet.  …

Spring Clean Your Excuses! Make space for what really matters. Read More »

Balancing Acts. Finding stability amidst life’s ups and downs

A balanced life.  What does it mean to you?  This week I’m giving a lunch seminar at a tech company called “Balance Mind and Body”, so I’ve been thinking about this. Balance is often confused with steadiness or everything in equal parts.  Really it is an ebb and flow of highs and lows, excitement and …

Balancing Acts. Finding stability amidst life’s ups and downs Read More »

Bringing Your Retreat Home: How to ease back into real life after a glorious week away.

I recently returned from leading a Yoga retreat in Costa Rica.  Long, relaxed days of waking up with the sun, enjoying delicious meals made for us with food from the biodynamic farm at our retreat center, and extended, deep practices in the open-air studio surrounded by the rainforest.  Free time in the afternoon to reflect …

Bringing Your Retreat Home: How to ease back into real life after a glorious week away. Read More »

Do less to be more. The case against multi-tasking.

Recently I came across a quote, on my “inspirational” calendar.  It is attributed to Thich Nhat Hahn, Vietnamese monk, a renowned Zen master, a poet, and a peace activist: “When you are washing the dishes, washing the dishes must be the most important thing in your life.  Just as when you are drinking tea, drinking …

Do less to be more. The case against multi-tasking. Read More »

Scroll to Top