2019: Looking Up, Looking Out, Looking Back, and Looking In

By |January 1st, 2019|

Hello, hello 2019, I am so glad you’re here! 2018 wasn’t the biggest blogging year for me, as I devoted the majority of my time to developing a relationship to Instagram (?!). It is a tool that supports my long-time intention to connect more directly and in some cases more […]

My Body is a Vessel for Truth

By |December 27th, 2018|

Fragmented Beginnings

I was an unusually shy child when I was small. Heightened fears about expressing myself to people in particular settings would sneak up from out of nowhere and paralyze me with an oddly unexpected nonverbal immobility. My first ever recital and performance was when I was four years old […]

Embodying Love: An Interview with Yoga Teacher Lauren Solomon

By |December 17th, 2018|

I frequently have the pleasure of sitting down to revelatory discussions with Lauren Solomon, friend and fellow yoga teacher, because we have been reading about and talking about love in our mini-sister circle/book club since May 2018. In this interview, Lauren shares the story of her career shifting yoga beginnings, […]

Love Lessons Learned in the Company of Women

By |December 4th, 2018|

A School For Womanly Arts and a Series of Mini-Lessons on Womanly Love

Gathering with women is essentially a love fest. Not for all women, but it has always been so for me. Coming off a 2-Day dive with Mama Gena and over 2200 women who gathered for her School for […]

Love Stories 2: Mindful Listening: An Antidote to Anxiety in an Increasingly Polarized World

By |October 29th, 2018|

This week was the first in many years when I had a sleepless night. I woke from sleep in a fit of anxiety and spent the remaining three hours until dawn tossing and turning, ruminating about three events from the week which stung my heart and catapulted me into seemingly […]

Love Stories 1: Hendrix

By |June 20th, 2018|

 I met Hendrix on April 1. It was the beginning of spring, and ideas and experiences were stirring in me, waiting to be born anew in the true spirit of the season. Hendrix and I crossed paths in Los Angeles while visiting my sister and her fiancé in their new […]

Destination Yoga Retreats as Practice for Living Mindfully in Community

By |September 24th, 2017|

Labor Day Weekend 2017 marked my first experience flying solo as a facilitator of a destination yoga retreat. I had the privilege of teaching yoga and mindfulness to some amazing human beings against the backdrop of St. Lucia at the lovely Ti Kaye Resort and Spa. Knowing how exhausting it […]

Finding That Summer Time Flow: 12-Steps to Support Recovery from Busyness Addiction

By |July 11th, 2017|

When the Engine Breaks Down

The other day I called my sister in tears. The emotions associated with the tears were hard to make sense of right away because absolutely nothing was wrong. I had been as eager as could be for my quieter summer time reprieve from the sacred hustle […]

Yoga Service: Personal Takeaways from the 2017 Conference

By |June 5th, 2017|

Every year in May, the Yoga Service Council brings together yoga practitioners and educators who work in the field service to the Yoga Service Conference at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY. What brought me to this year’s conference was a desire to develop my teaching practice by participating in […]

On Loss & Grace (of the Divine Feminine)

By |April 24th, 2017|

When I was a little girl, my big dreams were to be a “grown-up” and to live in a big mansion with all of my girlfriends, have fun and be free for the rest of our lives. On career day, when my primary school in Milwaukee, WI asked students to […]