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Retreat: The Magic of Time Away to Fill Up Your Cup

I was picked up on the other side. As soon as I got in the car I began to yawn. Stepping onto the tiny, sleepy Gulf Island was such a contrast to living in the city that I began to relax, soften, and slow down; so much so that I took a nap as soon [...]

Retreat: The Magic of Time Away to Fill Up Your Cup2018-04-02T12:44:55+00:00

3 Common Mistakes Yoga Teachers Make that Destroy their Health, Vitality, and Pocket Books!

I don’t know about you but for me, teaching yoga hasn’t been all rainbows and unicorns… Sure, it’s something I love to be able to offer and I feel blessed to be on a path that I feel is aligned with my dharma, and…there are things that have been a struggle. I’ve been a full [...]

3 Common Mistakes Yoga Teachers Make that Destroy their Health, Vitality, and Pocket Books!2018-03-12T09:16:26+00:00

DIY Ayurvedic Body Scrub for Winter

I love creating things that are simple, quick, and satisfying—sometimes that’s a yummy meal and at other times, it’s some DIY beauty products. I also really appreciate when I can make something for myself that may cost 20X more in the store. Grassroots…made with love by ME for ME…and fun to gift to family and [...]

DIY Ayurvedic Body Scrub for Winter2018-02-17T12:19:02+00:00

Mother-Yogi-Creative: Chatting with Christine Price Clark

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Vancouver based yoga teacher and mother of three, Christine Price Clark who I just adore.   From her initial foray into yoga in a heavily carpeted Montreal studio, to not really knowing she wanted to be a yoga teacher—she speaks of her life as a mother and [...]

Mother-Yogi-Creative: Chatting with Christine Price Clark2018-01-29T15:17:32+00:00

Winter Solstice Ceremony

Winter Solstice Ceremony   Last year I hosted a sacred Winter Solstice Ceremony. We set intentions, chanted, tossed rose petals into the sacred “fire” and let go of what no longer served us. As we move towards the darkest day of the year it is such a poignant time to pause, be still, reassess and [...]

Winter Solstice Ceremony2017-12-16T13:42:44+00:00

Elena Brower on Overcoming Addiction and Cultivating Devotion

Elena was brought to her first yoga class in college and found it a respite from being yelled at in dance class. She shares how yoga is a way in and also a way out. It isn’t about the postures but a tool for becoming responsive rather than reactive, especially with those closest to us [...]

Elena Brower on Overcoming Addiction and Cultivating Devotion2017-12-18T13:27:02+00:00

Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij on Life & Cooking

Sitting down with celebrity chef and Dragon’s Den judge, Vikram Vij is such a delight. He’s so energized and sound to earth and doesn’t think he’s special. He sees all humans as beautiful. Born and raised in India but trained as a French chef in Austria, Vikram has a sensitivity for appealing to palettes worldwide. [...]

Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij on Life & Cooking2017-11-27T15:43:47+00:00
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