I believe we all share a common desire to live a life of connection and to be happy, content and satisfied with who we are and what we're up to in this lifetime. I believe we all have a spark within that can waver between bright and dim, but doesn't ever completely vanish.Read More
It's easy to forget to pause; to take in the smell of the air, the colors of nature and the embrace of the breath. And yet, this is what yoga asks of us time and time again: to come present to each moment as it arises and to pause long enough to feel these moments fully.Read More
The Sutras succinctly say, “by contentment, supreme joy is gained” (II.42). Within this sutra Patanjali defines contentment as being where we are without going to outside things for our happiness. We can and must continue to put in the work and dive into our dharma with devotion; we can and must stay curious; we can and must keep growing…Read More
Time... How quickly it moves.
When a moment becomes a memory almost instantly; when that which we once anticipated turns to a point of reflection. Time is fleeting and ongoing. It passes without pause, and yet I find myself wishing for that magic button that allows for time to simply stand still…Read More
More than ever before I am highly committed to finding beauty within each cycle of breath and to living each moment to its fullest. I want to go to bed every night with the same sense of wonder, compassion and gratitude that I’ve woken up with. I want to dance with the dynamic nature of this heart-centered path, held by presence, patience and passion.Read More
Why I practice is simple, yet so beautifully complex.
When I practice, I feel at home–
home in my body, home in my breath and home in my heart…
Lately I have been thinking about the difference between perfection and mastery. I’ve started to view mastery as a dynamic process of continuously re-routing towards center. It is about responding in moments of reaction, of simplifying in moments of complication and of taking the turn towards compassion rather than going down the rocky road of judgment and shame.Read More
We all have patterns of thought and behaviors that may not serve us; things we wish we could change, and ideas of how we think things should be. Our practice supports us in releasing these expectations and assumptions in order to truly awaken to the path of presence…
For me, 2016 was a year of immense learning and growth. It was a year that showed me the importance of self-care and self-compassion; a year that asked me to get in touch with my own personal needs, from the inside out and to explore my own artistry and creativity along the way…Read More
For today, in this moment, I choose love.
I choose to feel all four corners of my two feet on the earth,
taking purposeful steps along the path of alignment.
I choose to walk this path with an open heart and a mind that is infinitely curious.