March 20th at 12:15pm EST marks the time of the Vernal Equinox in the northern hemisphere. A day when light equals dark. A day to celebrate balance. A day to initiate and celebrate new beginnings, to plant the seeds of our collective future. As the sun moves into Aries, we once again find ourselves at the first sign of the Zodiac, the beginning of the astrological new year, and an auspicious time to take stock of where we are at, release what we no longer need and take action towards an optimal future state.Read More
It’s amazing what a difference knowing where your food comes from and who grew it makes. Eating and preparing food can shift from something that you do because you’re hungry to a satisfying ritual that you really enjoy.Read More
The truth is though, there is so much beauty in surrendering. The art of surrender requires you to get out of your own way and allow life to flow with grace, even though it may not feel or look that graceful at the time.
To do this, you must accept that what you’re holding onto, or what you are resisting, is not working. This requires trust. Trust that perhaps you are being guided in a different direction.Read More
I had embarked on this journey expecting to deepen my practice so that I can support others to discover the benefits of Yoga. Yet what I learnt and experienced over the four week program progressed above and beyond my initial expectations.Read More
The path to signing up for a Yoga Teacher Training is a teaching of yoga in itself. Learn how you can authentically live yoga and attune to your higher-self through your yoga teacher training journey.Read More
We are experiencing a collective shift on our planet right now as we reawaken to the Divine Feminine energy of the earth. We are remembering our intuition and the wisdom of emotion – attuning to the natural rhythms of the moon, sun, and tide.Read More
It was one of those times when life stares you right in the face– one of those decisions that would drastically change your story. A small, simple choice would inevitably shift the direction of it all. Travel always seems to put things into perspective, and as I returned from Southeast Asia with a heavy pack and full heart, I started to weigh my options.Read More