Posts From Jenn Bodnar

Don’t Wish for It, Work for It: 4 Steps To Creating Big Change in Your Life

After experiencing a recent bout of anxiety, and perhaps even a minor panic attack; overcome with worry about one of my loved ones, I started to ponder the theory of

The 4 Types of Fear and How to Breathe Through Them?

is an internationally recognized yoga teacher, celebrity holistic health coach, author, speaker, and vegan activist whose core mission is to promote daily self-care, oneness, and eco-friendly living. She is the

Layer It: 4 Tips To Keep You Toasty This Season!

Staying warm can be a challenge in fluctuating temps! Take these tips from PAVEPARA to keep toasty this season!

10 Life Lessons for My Sons

I have been blessed to experience many great mentors in life from teachers and family to friends and work peers. They have all imparted many pearls of wisdom that have

Hello Monday!

Monday’s got a bad rap in our society. What if we could change that? Here is some inspiration power through every Monday…

Inside Teaching for Equity: Paul Menard

“I am honored to provide a series of classes for the LGBTQIA+ community. This series allows us to open our bodies while exploring that we are all divine.”   Paul

Hydrate and Increase Muscle Mass at the Same Time? Here’s How!

We all know the importance of hydration. For years, health and wellness enthusiasts have been touting the benefits: Increases energy levels and brain function Prevention of headaches and hangovers Aiding

Jennifer Marcenelle, Holistic Medical Expert: Yoga Digest Now Podcast

Jennifer Marcenelle is the Founder and CEO of Burn Bright Today.   She brings an abundance of knowledge and perspective to living during a global pandemic and dealing with various

Make your own Mala in 6 Easy Steps

If creating a simple, personalized and meaningful tool to manifest, purify and connect to your truest self sounds like something you could use read on!

Interview w/ Yoga For Stroke Recovery teacher Zaeem Zaidi

One Saturday night, riding home from a basketball game, I got a call from my brother.  I knew it couldn’t be good for three reasons.  Number one, we rarely call