INSPIRATION

Rise to Your True Calling

The term “svadharma” (“sva” meaning self) suggests that each of us has a true calling, a gift to give, and a sacred duty to offer the world that is distinctly ours.

3 Ways to Move Forward Peacefully with Change

Our souls are born to expand and grow. It is our purpose in life to try new things, meet new people, have many relationships, and endlessly explore life as the fun journey it is meant to be. Nothing in nature stays the same, and we as humans constantly shift as well.

Eight Truths Cultivated Through Yoga Teacher Training

I was thrown into a room for 200 hours with a group of 15 people that I had never met, all from diverse backgrounds and with strong differing opinions. I

Simple Fitness Habit: How to Get Fit When You Hate the Gym

Every day you wake up knowing that you need to get fitter, stronger, sharper, and prettier. You know that exercise is your best choice to achieve your goals. But for some reason or the other, you hate going to the gym. Here are some tips to keep you on track.

Sharing Nature with Children — Slow Down, Get Dirty and Celebrate!

We all know that children are naturally connected with nature. Think of the way a child intuitively immerses in the sand and water at the beach, or slows down to

The Work is the Gift

The same man that greeted us, is also serving us. This man understands that without the work, there is no gift…

The Effective Way to Deal with Criticism

The possibility of winning someone over thrills me and the possibility of harsh, meaningless rejection from someone terrifies me…

The Only Goal is to Breathe

“There are no goals in yoga,” said the teacher at my Saturday morning class, “Well, no. I lied. There is actually one goal.” I thought he was going to say

When Life Throws You Lemons: Learning How to Deal With the Unexpected

Life can give you great things, and then sometimes out of the blue something bad can happen. Life is just like that…

Going to the Mat: 5 Ways Yoga Helped Me Leave a Bad Relationship by Rediscovering My Truth

It had been years, years of miscommunication and misunderstanding, years of anger of not feeling “seen” of losing myself or maybe hiding myself…