Posts From Rene Hawthorne

Rene Hawthorne

Rene’ Hawthorne, 500HR RYT, (a.k.a. The Lotus Chick), is a former classical ballet dancer with The Dallas Ballet. For the past 11 years, yoga has been her focused passion. Her teaching style is a fusion of years of various dance experiences and yoga trainings. She currently teaches at her home studio, The Sweet Spot and at The Mat Yoga Studio in Dallas, Texas. Offering a variety of weekly classes ranging from vinyasa flow yoga, kids yoga, private yoga lessons, corporate yoga and Doga (yoga with your dog), you will find something for every member of the family. Check out her website to find a class for you at www.thelotuschick.com.

Doga – Yoga with your Dog

“Happiness is a warm puppy.” ~Charles M. Schulz Dogs are pack animals and love spending time with their owners. A Doga class is a natural match for both pets and

Celebrate The Moments

Do you celebrate life or do you hide in the shadows? We should celebrate any victory, no matter how small, and do it on a daily basis….

Heal Your Home Environment Using the 5 Elements

Harsh chemicals and a housekeeper may not be the solution to cleansing your home. Perhaps it lies in the 5 elements. Bring some nature and holistic practices into your home this season for healing and freedom.

Rituals and Routines become Sacred through Yoga

Learn the difference between ritual and routine and how you can maximize energy and meaning in your life!

Growth & Development Through Yoga

Everything is moving, changing and evolving at all times. This shift can go towards a greater good or it can move towards darkness. What we think we become. Do you think more positive? Or negative?

Thriving vs. Surviving

Spotting the difference between surviving and thriving is ultimately based on our ability to be honest about where we are and where we want to be and staying true to our path.

Energy Boost From the Inside Out

Cultivating your inner spark – your true beauty – requires self-nurture, stress management, and keeping your energy levels replenished….

Walk The Line: A lesson in Balance

Walk The Line. (idiomatic) To maintain an intermediate position between contrasting choices and opinions. Balance. “A person has three choices in life. You can swim against the tide and get

Discover Your Higher Purpose

“The greatest achievement was at first and for a time a dream. The oak sleeps in the acorn, the bird waits in the egg, and in the highest vision of

Yin & Yang: Embracing Opposites

We are made up of two selves. One is the ideal self, the person we want to be.