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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 the perfect place and opportunity to explore who you are, what you're capable of, and what's important and true to you.
When I am on my mat, I feel deeply into the sensations in my body, I witness and observe my mind and thoughts more objectively, and I am present, grateful, and calm. AND when I continuously have those experiences on the mat, it becomes more natural to feel that same way in my everyday life, in how I move through the world, and in how I treat myself and have relationships with others. It slows down my reactivity, it makes me more accepting, I act with more kindness and love, and it helps me see the magic and divine energy in all of us and all around us. ✨
Yoga teaches me so much – so much wisdom, so much connection, and so much gratitude and grace. 
AND I am very fortunate to be able to facilitate and share these experiences with others as a yoga teacher. 🙏🏻🕉💜

I've been feeling in flux a lot lately...lots of ups and downs. The feeling of opposites or opposing forces - paradoxes of the same person, same life, and same reality with variations on perspective, attitude, and emotional charge. A high of a sweet moment and the low of a disappointment. The close and intimate connections I have in some ways while the longing for undiscovered soulmates swirls in my soul. The feelings of certain things going so smoothly and beautifully in flow while other situations have bumps or crater pot holes. The desire to work and stay persistent in growing my new business while an inner voice says I need to play and relax more.

Ultimately this all comes back to balance and to knowing that human emotions and beliefs are tricky and can be intense, but that in every NOW moment, I am truly fine. 
And actually much more than fine...I am supported, held, encouraged, loved, happy, blessed and grateful for the life I am living. 

Everyday my yoga practice reminds me of thi...

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