I am so excited to have a guest blogger joining me in advising new yoga students how to stay motivated. Cassie Phillips is a yogi in her late 20s and a health blogger for ehealth informer. … Continue reading
If you want to just go to a Doctor and get a pill, then skip this article. If you are serious about your health, then read on
I am a Doctor’s daughter and I really dread going to the Doctor. Why? Let… Continue reading
No matter how much you exercise, if your diet is not right for your body at this time in your life, you are not going to be experiencing optimal health. Here are some reasons.
If you eating a typical American diet, then your… Continue reading
How are you feeling as 2017 begins?
I have been asking my yoga students that question a great deal this month. It seems that many people are facing health challenges as the New Year dawns. If you are like me and are sensitive… Continue reading
I have been pondering end of life issues lately. It’s no wonder with watching my step dad die and observing all the swirling issues and emotions that accompanied this event. Illness and death are scary. I have tiptoed through life – taking… Continue reading
The Crown Chakra is the Holy Grail of Chakras—it’s the pinnacle—the highest level of your subtle energetic Chakra body
The seventh chakra is the connection between you, the world and whatever God you believe in. And to be honest with you, it is… Continue reading
When exploring your 5th chakra, you walk a fine line between speaking honestly from your heart and not hurting others.
If you have spent a good part of your life holding your tongue or feeling that lump in your throat because you… Continue reading
I have been feeling like Jimmy Stewart in the movie It’s a Wonderful Life” !
This summer, I was given the chance to go back in time to visit my college roommate, my family, and my grade school friends and through this journey, I… Continue reading
How many times have you returned from vacation only to say, “I need a vacation after this vacation!”
It is a tricky balancing act to have fun and still stay healthy when you are not in your own home, doing your own routine. … Continue reading
The greatest challenges offer the greatest rewards
Case in point, the week-long watershed education camp I directed at Happehatchee in June involving middle school age children. Preparing for this camp kept me up for weeks. You might be thinking “that’s not very… Continue reading