Breathwork Circles for You

Holding space is a privilege that I don’t take lightly. When I hold space for someone, or for a group of people, I respect that I am making the space safe, keeping it grounded, and leading the breathers into a place where they feel safe to release, feel and heal.

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From Seed to Sip: The Magic of Coffee

Creating today’s guided coffee meditation was such a point of pride for me, because I believe in all the components of the process. Green buying, building strong relationships, and having respect for everyone involved is something for which we should be grateful.

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Balance

It wasn’t until just this week, as I began to reflect on what went wrong (and where the extra 12 or so pounds came from… even looking back at spring and summer photos to see where it all shifted), that I realized what had happened and it all made sense. I’d given myself away.

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Intention vs. Vibration

INTENTION. It’s the new buzz word. And the truth is, we can say, speak, and write about our intentions, but often, we are not aligned with them. When we intend for something to be, we need to vibrate in the energy as if it were already happening. But we don’t. Instead, we come from a place of lack, with the intention of living in a state of abundance.

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Making Space

My self-care game is getting stronger, and with that comes this voice that’s saying “Psst, you’re doing too much.” My breathwork teacher, David Elliott, say “Where attention goes, energy flows.” There couldn’t be a truer statement. My attention cannot be in so many places at once. I have made the choice to do less, and do it with more intention.

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California On Fire

California was on fire, and there I was raising my vibration, which felt transformative to me. I connected to the earth so much more, knowing that a part of her was on fire. I connected to the pain that happens when life burns, when homes and their contents (photographs, momentos, etc) are destroyed, and trees that have existed longer than I have turn to ash.

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Do You Have A Yoga Body?

We are bombarded with photos of beautiful, young, fit yoga people doing difficult poses. It makes us believe that we have to have a certain body type to do, or to teach, yoga. I believed it, and it was such a huge block. The idea of my body, or lack-of-lean-yoga-body, literally kept me from stepping onto my mat for years. I still struggle with it, to this day, even though I know that a yoga body doesn’t exist.

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Energy Matches (and Misses)

Sometimes, you need to get hit over the head with the same lesson, time and time again, until the bump gets too tender to be ignored. And this last whack was a real eye-opener. I’m done. Lesson actually, truthfully learned.

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A Beautiful Breathwork Testimonial

There is a great power within ourselves to heal, and our breath is its engine. As my steady breathing picked up steam, the repetitive inhale and exhale dance literally felt like my breath moved in harmony with the cells in my body... I began to feel tingling, circulating sensations throughout my body, swirling through, filling me with warmth. I was letting go.

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Melting In LA

When I found the breathwork (that I currently practice actively) to facilitate emotional release, I was bowled over. It was a strong, powerful breath that rolled through my body and moved energy. It cleared so much stagnant energy out and created space for new possibilities. It allowed my subconscious mind to send me messages that I needed in a way that I could both handle and understand. I felt the energy move through my body, I got tingly, and I found that it left me with a crazy, natural high.

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The Self-Love (Book) Club

I never felt worthy of love, so it was hard for me to see myself as lovable. I always felt love was conditional. I’ve been doing the work, digging in and really looking at the messages I’ve received and integrated, especially the ones that are false. I’ve done lots of breathwork to release those old, untrue messages. But still, there was a glimmer of “not enough” always flashing on the dashboard of my life.

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What Appears To Be

Someone may look put together, have a fancy car, a nice house and, in the meantime, their entire world is caving in. Or maybe they look rebellious, but under that tough exterior is a mound of vulnerability and pain. People can be pushy, obnoxious, controlling, and inside they are just terrified. We don’t know.

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