Hope everyone is playing along with this holiday in some form or fashion; whether donning a red sweater or making a homemade card for a loved one. We don't do much for holidays in general. We aren't looking to spend $5 for a Hallmark card and like to avoid crowds as a rule, and especially … Continue reading Valentine’s Day
2018 has really flown by. The last twelve months have been full of fun, work, creating this site, helping others, making money, saving money, short trips to visit family, entertaining, collaborating with colleagues, yard clean-up post Hurricane Florence, healthy food, some not so healthy food, conversations and discussing dreams for next year. Now, that "next … Continue reading Happy New Year!
** I will be offering a yoga nidra class at Zen Yoga Center, Dec 13 7-830pm. ** I think it's interesting when people tell me they tried yoga once but didn't care for it. I follow up with the question "Oh, really, that's too bad. What kind of yoga was it?" And then I see … Continue reading Yoga Nidra
As I write this, there is someone right now, somewhere, caring for a loved one. Physical, hands-on, lifting, transferring, bathing, dressing, feeding, grooming care. About 34.2 million Americans have provided unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older in the last 12 months. My family was recently in this situation and it definitely had an … Continue reading Self-Care for Caregivers
Often the body takes a minute to catch up with what our environment has to offer us. A balanced yoga practice can help our bodies transition through the seasons with ease and grace. Incorporating the following key elements into our practice will help ease the transition along: warmth, energy, detox and restoration. Warmth: As you … Continue reading Transitioning into Autumn