Marking the Positive Moments

As an adult I have greatly struggled in finding happiness and further still, feeling guilty about feeling unhappy. On paper I have a wondeful husband, great friends, lovely home, job where my hard work is recognized and my health. But, truthfully, there are days, weeks, or even months where I feel unhappy. I’ve spent many…

200 Hour Yoga Teaching Certification

A week from today I start yoga teaching certification training. I started this blog to chronicle my progress.  • What is the current focus of my practice? Physically, my focus has been building strength through the alignment of postures.  Mentally, my focus is reshaping negative talk (self talk and negativity in general) into optimism and…

Rainy Morning Yoga

This weekend I had been looking forward to an Equinox yoga event on Lawn on D, but Mother Nature had other ideas for me. It rained for most for most of the morning and the event managers sent out an email stating the session had been cancelled.  So I lit candles and opened the windows…

Yoga and I

Writing a more personal post today in hopes of connecting with you about your own experience. Please comment with your the answers to the questions I answered.  • How long you have been practicing yoga? I was introduced to yoga about 15 years ago by my mother who purchases a yoga VHS and have been…

SUP Yoga: Love at First Paddle 

Yoga has a funny way of showing us our physical limitations while still surprising us as to what we are physically capable of. Yoga, let alone any physical activity, can become quite a chore as we inch more and more into the hot days of summer. This can be especially true when your regular routine…

5 minute Commuter Meditation

When I moved to the South Shore of Massachusetts with my husband 3 years ago, I knew I was signing up for years and years of a daily commute that would take me at least an hour each way on a good day. In an effort to save my sanity (and everyone else’s for that…