Whether you have the books lined up on your shelves and the crystals charging, or skeptically acknowledge the changing faces of La Luna, there is no denying the influence of the Moon on our bodies – specifically, the New and Full Moons. The New Moon on March 6th, enters us into Pisces, and a remarkable coinciding … Continue reading "The Moon, Planets, and You"
You’re a bonafide adult. You have utility bills, a credit card (or six), a routine that includes enriching activities like reading and yoga class, you drive a car and support yourself. Maybe you’re doing a great job too: not only are you keeping the lights on in your life, maybe you’re even thriving in the … Continue reading "Holiday Time with Family? 5 Tips For Sanity"
The moments of “lost” exist so that we can know the contrast in the moments of “found.” As opposites, one cannot exist without the other. If we desire to feel like we’ve got “it,” we’ve also got to be willing to feel the moments of complete confusion. I traveled from Bali to Thailand three weeks … Continue reading "Why You Need to Feel LOST to Feel FOUND"
At home in Santa Monica, California, I have a morning wellness routine. From day to day it will vary depending on what I have in store, but generally there are key ingredients that are consistent and support a balanced and positive day forward. This routine also keeps me trim, fit and vibrant. It’s tough to … Continue reading "6 Steps To Finding Balance in an Unusual Circumstance"
If ever there was a tool for transition, and really, life in general, it’s a yoga practice. Whenever I find myself wandering in a transition or even a new part of the world, traveling for business or pleasure, I find home when I find yoga. When we’re moving through big changes (what I like to … Continue reading "5 Yoga Poses For Managing Life Changes"
Figuring out lightweight non-perishable food for a 17-mile hike in the middle of Yosemite for a gluten-free vegan isn’t the easiest task. After assembling multiple paleo-coconut wraps stuffed with raw sunflower seed butter, cacao nibs and buckwheat groats, I was finally ready to pack my backpack. I lined up the “sandwiches” next to the other … Continue reading "Managing Major Disappointment in 3 Steps"