I Am Not Teaching Yoga Anymore: Learning to Listen to Me

In January, the yoga studio I was teaching at closed. I was devastated and heartbroken to be losing a place that I loved and was full of so much community. Since then, people have asked me if I have found another studio to teach at, or what my plans are for teaching yoga moving forward. … Continue reading I Am Not Teaching Yoga Anymore: Learning to Listen to Me

Confessions of a Yogi

I've been practicing yoga consistently for 4 years. I've been teaching yoga for a year. I love yoga. I consider myself a lifetime student of yoga. And I have some confessions to make. I don't have a flat stomach. I can't do crazy arm balances or a handstand. I'm technically overweight and have adult acne … Continue reading Confessions of a Yogi

My Yoga Studio Closed

I feel good, I thought. I’ve accomplished a lot and successfully been able to support myself self employed for a year now. 2018 is going to be a great year. I’m going to teach so many workshops and yoga classes! And travel! And work on furthering my yoga training! These were the things going through … Continue reading My Yoga Studio Closed

A Therapist Signs Up For Therapy: Shame, Acceptance, Vulnerability

"If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can't survive." - Brené Brown I've been a mental health therapist for over three years now; a licensed one for over a year. I love what I do. I find that people thrive the most when they are validated and their … Continue reading A Therapist Signs Up For Therapy: Shame, Acceptance, Vulnerability


I've always loved to read books. The first time (yes, first time) I read The Hunger Games trilogy, I read them in 3 days. I usually read books quickly. But in 2016, I slowed down a bit in my reading game. I suspect that completing a yoga teacher training had something to do with this, but … Continue reading Receive.


Patient - "bearing pains or trials calmly or without complaint; not hasty or impetuous; steadfast despite opposition, difficulty, or adversity". (Definition found here.) It's been a while since I've blogged, guys. 2016 is over. My yoga teacher training is complete. Donald Trump was elected President (which I started a blog about, but never finished. If … Continue reading Patience.

Fresh and Clean Camping Tips + Colorado Road Trip

Hello, lovelies! I apologize for the lack of post last week. My husband and I were unplugged and in Colorado. Our bucket list is to see all the National Parks. We started last year with Glacier National Park and have already been to Big Bend National Park in 2016, too. For our summer vacation, we … Continue reading Fresh and Clean Camping Tips + Colorado Road Trip

Finding Self Compassion

Hello, lovelies! Well, it's been over a month since I last wrote a blog post for you all. I have no real reason for this. I have a lot of excuses I could make, but I'm not going to rely on them. It HAS been a busy month. I started my yoga teacher training in … Continue reading Finding Self Compassion

Guns & Shootings Vs. Empathy & Love

For the past seven days, I've been at a loss for what to say. A week ago, I woke up and found out that 49 people were killed in a gay club in Orlando, Florida. And my heart broke. It continues to break. What does one say in the light of such tragedy? I remember Columbine. … Continue reading Guns & Shootings Vs. Empathy & Love

A Whole Month of Yoga: Reflections

Hello, lovelies! As you know, I am about to embark on the journey of yoga teacher training. It starts in 19 days! I'm feeling like I'm not adequate. That my yoga isn't "advanced" enough. That I'll be the "worst" yogi there. My yoga teacher assures me that these fears and worries are normal; that these … Continue reading A Whole Month of Yoga: Reflections