Perfection is Overrated

Hello, lovelies! This week was BUSY, but full of lots of good things. We get the awesome chance to celebrate Thanksgiving twice this year. Yesterday, we had Thanksgiving with my side of the family, then later this week we'll travel to spend actual Thanksgiving with his side of the family. Lots of good times and … Continue reading Perfection is Overrated

Depression: A Yoga Sequence

Hello, lovelies! Today on the blog I will be sharing a yoga sequence I designed to help alleviate some symptoms of depression. I hope you'll use this sequence as a base for your practice or as your main flow when feeling a little blue. My purpose when making this sequence was to provide as much … Continue reading Depression: A Yoga Sequence

Depression: Asanas That Can Help

Hello, lovelies! I hope your week has been fantastic. The weather is finally starting to cool off here in Texas, and I am lovin' it! My allergies have been a disaster, though, so if you know any good remedies for seasonal allergies, please let me know in the comments below! I'm open to new things … Continue reading Depression: Asanas That Can Help

Depression: Breathing

Hello, lovelies! Several weeks ago, I started a small series on depression. I got a little sidetracked, with moving and starting a new job, but I'm coming back around to this series now! A few posts back, I discussed how yoga helps with depression. I've been reading a wonderful book about yoga and depression by … Continue reading Depression: Breathing

Depression: How Does Yoga Help?

Hello, lovelies! Last week, I wrote about what depression is and some stats that go along with that. I've been reading the book Yoga for Depression by Amy Weintraub lately to go along with these posts, because honestly, I wasn't quite sure where to go from here. It's hard to say what works and doesn't … Continue reading Depression: How Does Yoga Help?

Fleeting Moments: Meditation

Hello lovelies!  It's Memorial Day weekend and I've been spending it with my husband and a handful of our friends out in the country in a secluded house. We are surrounded by large Oak trees with beautiful dangling spanish moss. It's been raining a lot, but that has not discouraged us from enjoying each other's … Continue reading Fleeting Moments: Meditation

Muladhara – What Is There to Fear?

Hello, loves! At the beginning of the year, I hadn't found a class or teacher that I really loved yet at my yoga studio. I'm still fairly new to my studio; my job is hectic and the holidays made it really hard to go consistently. Around the end of January, though, I found a teacher … Continue reading Muladhara – What Is There to Fear?