Welcome to the premier BE THE LIGHT Podcast. My first guest is a dear friend, Kate Potter. Kate and I met almost 20 years ago teaching yoga at the same studio. Kate’s main focus besides teaching classes and retreats, has been teaching Yoga as Therapy for all conditions. Her study of Ayurveda has given her an informed approach to personalize [...]
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After spending 4 days rock climbing at Indian Creek outside of the Canyonlands National Park in Utah, I'm stoked to share more about my upcoming Inner Empowerment Mentorship online program. https://youtu.be/fLIlmpR65Q0
Join me for a deep-dive into releasing what’s no longer serving you on your soul’s journey. If you’ve been struggling with physical symptoms, mental or emotional stress, or feeling disconnected from your purpose and your self then this evening is for you. Through sacred ceremony, setting clear intentions, chanting, journaling and silence we will call [...]
Learn some simple, practical Ayurvedic tips to keep you balanced naturally during the vata (air + ether) season of autumn. https://youtu.be/o7bV-Cyv3B8
This feels like my biggest transition yet (or perhaps every major transformation feels like that). I’m a little nervous to share it with you but it’s time… When I showed up at an ashram in India sixteen years ago I had no intention of getting a guru, shaving my head or changing my [...]
PART 3: THE STAGES OF SUCCESS For me the roller coaster of excitement and anticipation through the phases of hard work and determination moved into doubt and fatigue, escalated into grief, loss and anger, which opened the doorways for forgiveness and acceptance before I even got to the summit. Moments of sheer bliss and exuberance [...]
PART 2: THE CLIMB OF FAITH One pitch after another we climbed. There were moves that seemed impossible to me. I couldn’t comprehend how I could go any higher. I didn’t see anything to hold onto or grab but when I would peer down I would see Peter, my climbing partner coming up behind me [...]