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Stay Safe, Stay Sane

How are you? Really?

I feel like it’s been a bit of a roller coaster here – fear, joy, sadness, hope, frustration – all the feels. Besides, there’s a strong collective sense of anxiety right now, and I don’t even watch the news. This collective fear makes me want to share some info about the way our nervous systems work. So grab a cup of tea and come geek out with me.

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Ayurveda for Winter

Ayurveda for Winter

Ayurveda begins with the principle that we are a microcosm of the macrocosm. Our entire bodies comprise of the five elements – ether, air, water, fire, and earth.

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Ayurveda for Summer

Ayurveda for Summer

Summer is the season of Pitta. Pitta Dosha represents the elements of fire and water. The qualities are hot, light, sharp, oily, pungent, penetrating, intense, acidic. Pitta controls digestion - it is the fire of metabolism (representing how we digest food) and the...

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Your First Thai Massage

Your First Thai Massage

Is this your first Thai Yoga Massage? Here is a simple guide of what to expect during and after your session:

Thai Yoga Massage is a meditative practice. Both the giver and receiver engage in a state of relaxed focused awareness. It is best performed without conversation. The need to express may come up and that’s ok, however, the practitioner will not respond overly much.

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Union

Union

"A human being is a part of the whole called by us "the universe," a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separate from the rest - a kind of optical illusion of consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison...

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Yoga for Dementia

Yoga for Dementia

 Therapeutic Yoga for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias  The ancient art of yoga has become more and more popular in recent years as a way to harmonize the mind and the body; a way to enhance our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well being. But what...

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The Maha Gunas

According to Yoga philosophy, at the beginning of time there was only the void. The void was a space of nothingness, utter peacefulness. This void is referred to as Purusha - all-pervading consciousness. Prakriti is the counterpart of Purusha - it represents form, all...

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Ayurveda for Spring

Understanding Kapha Dosha Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga, is a critical part of the practice. It is based in the premise that we are a microcosm of the macrocosm. There there is an intelligent organizing principle to the universe, and we are an integral part of...

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Yoga For ElderCare

Yoga for ElderCare You may not know this, but you don't have to be young and flexible to practice Yoga. As a Yoga Therapist, I love to share the practice for its healing benefits. In fact, it is an integral part of my self-care and helps with the entire aging process....

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HELLO

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ABOUT ME

My entire life has led me on a pursuit to discover happiness and achieve an excellent quality of life. As a mother of four, long term care consultant and USAF Veteran, my life experiences give me a unique approach to health and happiness. I blend my maternal compassion, long term care experience, and innovative approaches to help others achieve optimal wellness.