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Many studios and instructors prefer a more traditional sound selection – opting for quiet music, instrumentals, and tracks with specific vibrations and frequencies programmed into them. I intentionally listen to music that brings up intense emotions during my practice to learn to navigate through them with greater ease.

Grounding work is a powerful remedy for the anxious mind and body.

HSPs and empaths are wired differently at the energetic and cellular level, which means we can refine these skills through practices apparently in the body - grounding work - or out of body - spiritual work.

January gym crowd memes are making their way to a social media timeline near you. Don’t. Be. That. Person. Here are five weight-loss trends to leave in 2016 and their sustainable alternatives.

Tips on navigating your New Year’s Eve bash and reviving your wellness routine—all from the 12 finalists for America’s Most Inspiring Trainer. It was so much fun to be a finalist in Well + Good and Reebok's search for America's Most Inspiring Trainer and now we're dropping some actionable tips on bringing in 2017 with a bang. Check it out.

I am so happy to be sharing this recipe with you as I sip a glass of my first batch of nourishing and delicious homemade turkey bone broth. Bone broth is a wonderful super-food to incorporate in your daily diet, and it’s so worth making at home - more on that in the post!

If you’re searching for a “guilt-free” sweet-tooth killer, then this is your recipe. You can have it all. Including fresh baked grain and dairy-free cookies. Enjoy!

Who has time for the little things, right? Self-care, healing, exercise, eating well, meaningful  planning, being present, experiencing gratitude, meditation, taking a f**king breather, etc. All of those IF things. You know, IF I get all of the important, obligatory stuff done, then maybe I’ll do THAT. The only problem with that thought process is that LIFE NEVER STOPS.

Long before our little ones reach double digits we teach them to search for the one who holds the power to complete them. And there lies the trouble with love. We attach to our distorted idea of love and go insane by definition; a stranger to yourself with the weight of completing another being on your shoulders. Or perhaps you are the oppressor. The one who cries, “Leave me and I’ll die!” to your exhausted partner. I’ve been both.

Yoga really is for EVERYBODY. All shapes, all sizes, all ages, all sexes, all fitness levels. A consistent practice reduces risk of injury, aids in recovery, corrects muscle imbalances, increases strength and balance, and strengthens the mind/body connection among other benefits.
 

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