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10 Basic Yoga Poses For Beginners

March 19, 2020

If you are new to yoga and you’re concerned about learning in a group setting, try these ten yoga poses for beginners to get started on your own! Once you build your confidence and experience you can begin to try out a group setting. Developing a home practice is important. It’s helpful to keep a …

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10 Practices To Cultivate Hope

March 18, 2020

10 Practices To Cultivate Hope We are entering a space between stories. A space where it is important to practice cultivating hope. Something hurts in there. Can you feel it?   We are one earth, one tribe, one people, and we are all in this together. We all go through times in life that challenge …

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4 Practices To Create Calm During The Coronavirus Pandemic

March 17, 2020

4 Practices To Create Calm During The Coronavirus Pandemic We are being forced to hit the “pause” button as the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic is unfolding. The situation is inconvenient, and it is scary. Uncertainty about finances and health is causing stress levels to rise. In the long run, the unknown can take a toll on …

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The Coronavirus: 8 Ways To Enhance Your Immunity

March 3, 2020

  As the world’s scientists and leaders work to contain this new Coronavirus strain, develop a vaccine, and discover other treatments and measures, the Coronavirus outbreak is likely to continue to spread. There is a lot that is unknown at this point. More people are feeling unsafe and experiencing a heightened stress level.  As a health …

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The Benefits of Practicing Yoga Outdoors

February 25, 2020

  Yoga is about being present in the moment and being part of all that is.  Being in nature helps us to make that connection. The benefits of practicing yoga outdoors are many. Whether in the mountains, at the beach, or even your backyard, the benefits of practicing yoga outdoors include bringing new elements and …

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Revive Your Yoga Practice With These 5 Steps

January 14, 2020

Let’s face it ~ we all fall off the mat from time to time and we need to revive our yoga practice. Maybe a break occurs due to travel, sickness, holidays, injury, a disruption in our usual routine, or just the busyness of life. We step off our mat and have a hard time getting …

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5 Awesome New Years Resolutions

January 6, 2020

As the New Year and New Decade begin, you may be thinking about how this year will be different.   You may set resolutions and make plans for change. This is also a good time to practice mindfulness.   Taking time to get present can help us in knowing where we want to go and how best …

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Room To Breathe : Tapping Into The Power Of Your Breath

April 16, 2018

Take a moment to draw your awareness to your breath. Is it deep or shallow? Fast or slow? Our life is entirely dependent on breathing, but we rarely give it much thought.

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Northside Woman’s Magazine Cover Feature – How Yoga Helped Me Heal After Breast Cancer

October 3, 2017

I am excited and humbled to share my latest news with you. You may know that my journey into yoga began after a breast cancer diagnosis and the death of my mother rocked my world. I came to yoga after my doctor recommended that I give it a try.  My practice has been and continues to …

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Grace Under Fire #miracleformike

September 14, 2016

Sometimes, the fear of saying the wrong thing squelches us into silence. This may never be more true than when it comes to a cancer diagnosis.  Sometimes, it’s easier not to write for the fear of not putting your words correctly to paper. However, in this moment, I choose to overcome these fears and share …

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The Habits That Finally Helped Me Find My Authentic Self

August 31, 2016

My latest is up at mindbodygreen.  Here is a excerpt: “Do you ever find yourself wondering if there’s something more to life? I know that I did years ago as I completed treatment for breast cancer and then scant weeks later bid my mother farewell. I held her hand in mine and placed my other …

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4 Ways To Uncover And Connect With Your Authentic Self

August 2, 2016

For many years I lived outside of my body, denying that there was an inside. Staying busy every second with the inconsequential stuff one can come up with to keep the focus outside. I didn’t realize that my body was a multilayered canvas, as I stayed unconnected to my thoughts, instincts, and desires. Our body …

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5 Ways I Overcame An Infertility Diagnosis

November 14, 2015

Infertility is a sensitive topic and my heart goes out to anyone who has struggled with this issue.  I remember the depth of pain in hearing someone tell me that it just wasn’t going to happen.  I remember the heart breaking ups and downs that went along with the journey.   Our stories may all …

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7 Ways To Heal Your Body & Mind By Opening Your Heart

February 26, 2015

Here is a link to my latest article up at MindBodyGreen entitled  7 Ways To Heal Your Body & Mind By Opening Your Heart.   My journey of healing body and mind started and continues through my heart space.  In this article I share some of my experiences and the ways that helped me to …

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The Yogic Diet Hosted by Salud and Hope’s Yoga

The Yogic Diet Hosted by Salud and Hope’s Yoga

February 15, 2015

Everything we eat is food for our soul.  Yogis believe that food creates prana (life force) that sustains our bodies and brings us vitality and health.  I am so excited to be partnering with Whole Foods Market Johns Creek and Salud to host this class about eating from a yogic perspective! During this class I …

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Wrapping Up 2014 In Gratitude

Wrapping Up 2014 In Gratitude

December 31, 2014

Life is beautiful, terrible, multidimensional, astounding, and mystifying.  Each new moment a chance to begin again, to let go of an old pattern of being that no longer works, to create a new way of being, to make a new connection, or to see things in a different way.  To go deeper into the present …

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Six Life Lessons Worth Remembering

January 30, 2014

Last Tuesday I spent 13 hours traveling 25 miles in an Atlanta snowstorm.  At the beginning, my journey veered between frustration and fear, but eventually it turned into yet another series of life lessons in gratitude and discovery.  Here’s what I learned. It is better to fill up sooner versus later. Tuesdays are my day …

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