7 comments on “Should Yoga Become Part of the School Day?”

Should Yoga Become Part of the School Day?

Early in March 2018, the introduction of yoga into the schools of Denver, Colorado, hit the headlines. Instead of using the traditional, punitive approach in response to bad behavior, the schools are using the time usually dedicated to detention, in…

3 comments on “The Transformational Power of Journaling”

The Transformational Power of Journaling

After surviving an emotionally and physically abusive stepfather, multiple arrests, six years in high school, and time in drug rehab, I managed to become a lawyer and business owner. In order for me to continue on the right track and…

6 comments on “8 Things That Happened After I Meditated For 100 Days”

8 Things That Happened After I Meditated For 100 Days

I am not a yogi, a life coach, or a yoga teacher. In fact, I am probably the furthest thing from what you would call a yogi. I was raised, in part, by a physically and emotionally abusive step father.…

10 comments on “Why Me-Time and Meditation Isn’t A Selfish Act”

Why Me-Time and Meditation Isn’t A Selfish Act

When it comes to yoga, meditation and even me-time in general, we can sometimes worry we are being a little selfish. Dedicating time to our own wellbeing can feel overly indulgent, and there’s even a creeping suggestion self-care is little…

12 comments on “5 Meditation Practices You Need to Know About”

5 Meditation Practices You Need to Know About

Meditation has come a long way since it first became popular in the West during the 1960s. Some of the most popular and effective methods are now backed by scientific evidence, showcasing the benefits meditation has on the body and…

17 comments on “4 Ways to Become 117 More Mindful Each Day”

4 Ways to Become 1% More Mindful Each Day

Little strokes fell great oaks.” –Benjamin Franklin When I opened my eyes this morning, I looked over at the corner of the room and took a deep breath. It was the corner near the fireplace, where for the last two…