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It’s All About Digestion

Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas or any holiday you might celebrate at this time of year.  Do your thoughts automatically go to time spent with family and friends? Big hugs, fun games and time spent chatting?  Or, do you dive right into turkey, pumpkin pie,...

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Are YOU Ready for the Holidays?

It’s November 1st and it’s about to begin.  Can you feel it?  The excitement of the holidays and end-of-year arriving? Or maybe it’s dread and anxiety that you feel with the mention of the holidays.   Today is the day to take a proactive approach.  Can you take a...

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More on the Weather

A few blogs ago I shared about emotions being like the weather and the weather as a metaphor for life.  There are so many different weather patterns in our lives.  And not only in life but even within a day.  The other day, I woke feeling bright and sunny with a few...

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Laugh, Cry and Remember – Christopher Robin

This last month I went and saw Christopher Robin with a friend of mine.  I laughed, I cried, I felt moved, I even had some old, sweet memories surface.  It was a wonderful time out from my very full-at-the-moment life. The writers and producers did such a great job...

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10 Years & 125 Graduates

Last weekend I graduated my 125th yoga teacher trainee and celebrated 10 years of sharing my love of yoga and specifically Pranakriya Yoga with others. This sharing is one of the greatest gifts of my job. I am forever indebted to my teacher, Yoganand Michael Carroll,...

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Releasing Emotions – The Weather

One of my teachers, Jonathan Foust says emotions only last about 60 seconds.  If in the first 60 seconds we can witness the experience without getting wrapped up in our mind, we will have an easier time being with the feeling.  In this same vein, I recently read that...

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Glimpses of Guatemala

Twenty-one of us journeyed for a week to Guatemala on The Road Not Yet Taken.  It was a week filled with making new friends, practicing yoga, meditation and pranayama, tasting new food, seeing beauty, hiking volcanoes, kayaking, taking in the local culture and sights...

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Restorative Yoga Full Frog

Restorative Yoga is a gentle, inward form of yoga that invites the student to relax deeply while supported by a variety of props. A restorative practice is a complement to any yoga practice and to the stresses of day-to-day living. A few months ago, we worked with...

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Drip, Drip, Drip

Drip...Drip...Drip I have had a small leak in my guest bathroom tub for quite a while.  It hasn’t been worth considering fixing until lately.  Although still small, it is now noticeable.  After a few days of no use, there is a small build-up of pink stuff (maybe...

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