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The Magic I found in (Finally) Choosing Myself

- On Elephant Journal


The SHOULDS That Matter


- On Reclaiming Zen


Your Guide to Craving Healthy Food: 9 Steps to Develop Healthy Habits That Last!

- On Reclaiming Zen


How to Free Yourself from Your Spiritual Drama


- On Tiny Buddha


Divine Self-Worship as a form of Maitri & Self-Care


- On Elephant Journal


The One Thing I do Every Single Night to keep myself Sane & Grounded


- On Elephant Journal


The 8 Surefire Ingredients for Long-Lasting, ‘Til-Death-Do-Us-Part Love


- On Elephant Journal


A Ritual to Close Out

the Day & Prevent Tomorrow’s Downward Spiral


- On Elephant Journal


How To Be Grounded, Happy, And At Peace Through The Holidays  


- On Sivana East


The One Thing I do Every Day to keep myself Sane in this Crazy, Fast-Paced World


- On Elephant Journal


Why our “Healthy” Habits are not as healthy as we Think


- On Elephant Journal


Featured In: How To Thrive As A Yoga Instructor by Christine Mathias, Owner


- On Stretchtopia


6 Words from my Therapist that Changed how I View Each Day


- On Elephant Journal


7 Signs you’re a Modern Earthly Goddess


- On Elephant Journal


Stay True to You—a Reminder. {Poem}


- On Elephant Journal


Jealousy: a Flare Sign from our Souls


- On Elephant Journal

Blog Writing

Yoga is my longest long-term relationship. We have been going strong for about 10 years now. ;)

 Yoga is my rock, my sanctuary, my peace, clarity, and freedom, my self-connection, my workout, my healer, my love.

When I first came to yoga about 10 years ago, I was living with a ton of anxiety and fear. Fear dictated most of my decisions, which most of the time meant a lack of action and shying away from things I only dreamed of doing.

Then I found yoga and the practice healed me - body, mind, and soul. It was a gradual shift over many years, but it works magic. The asana, the philosophy, the community, the meditation, and the self-connection brought me back to my authentic genuine self.

As a teacher, one of my greatest passions is sharing yoga with others. I love seeing miraculous transformation in others through yoga, just as I experienced.

The anticipation of and the decision to make the leap is always scarier than the actual jump.  ;)

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