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Patience Is Over-Rated?

March 2021 “Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.” -Saadi (poet) I’ve never been a fan of patience. Yes, I just put that in writing. My husband will be thrilled with this honest proclamation. I am a

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This Little Light Of Mine…

February 1, 2021 I don’t know about you but January tested my shine, perhaps more than other months during this pandemic. At the beginning of the month, I started the Heart Talk Journal for our first Journal Chat session. As

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Frayed, Not Torn

The world, nature, human beings, do not move like machines. The edges are never clear-cut, but always frayed. Nature never draws a line without smudging it. – Winston Churchill   January 2021- We made it through 2020. A bit frayed, fried and perhaps

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Finding Joy

October 2020 “Oftentimes when the world feels chaotic, we begin to feel as if it is somehow inappropriate to have joy. Have your joy. Joy is a form of radical self-care.” -Cleo Wade If you have taken any classes with

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Dear Perimenopause

“There is nothing wrong with you.” -Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D, P.T. Most classes I teach I end with a daily quote from the book ‘A Year of Living Your Yoga’, written by one of my teachers. Partly I do this

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Life’s Subjectivity

“Yoga is a practice, not a philosophy. We step onto the mat to have the experience of the poses through the subjectivity of the body.” -Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, PT Do you ever have conversations with people you don’t really

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It’s Your Process

I have this thing when I travel. It’s not a thing I particularly enjoy. I work myself into a complete tizzy, starting about 2 days before I leave. Every time I travel I think to myself “I won’t become a

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Over Busy-ness

“Life is a luminous halo, a semi-transparent envelope surrounding us from the beginning.”  -Virginia Woolf   Life is messy. It’s imperfect. It’s chaotic at times and then (hopefully) life feels just right, even if just for a few minutes. October

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A Teaching Philosphy

“Teaching yoga is about accepting the student for where they are at when they walk in the door and providing a supportive environment for them to explore their practice and grow at their own pace.” – Wendy We are getting ready to

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