(Listen to the audio version below) I’d like to introduce you to a perfect beauty. She's not Instagram perfect. Not Hollywood perfect. She's not photoshopped and collagen plumped, filtered and cropped. The kind of perfect that I’m escorting to this party is different....
Befriend your body. Rewrite the story of your life.
What Medusa Teaches Us about Protection
What if everything you know about the story of Medusa is wrong? You know that she turns men to stone. You may know that Perseus the great hero killed her and used her head as a weapon to gain his glory. If you’re really up on the story, you might even know that...
July Awake in The Nest: Playfulness
July's Awake in The Nest recording is live! (Available to all Nest members at the Silver level and higher.) This month's teaching is all about your hero's epic tale. Grab a journal and get ready to cheer yourself on. Mark your calendars for next month -- Wednesday,...
What Dolly Parton Teaches Us
There is a body signal that some adults send out when they meet my daughter. The only word to describe it is intimidation. Yes, my daughter is five, and she intimidates grownups. It’s not just my daughter. If you were to put these intimidated adults into any room with...
Who Do You Think You Are?
One of the most boring things about adults is the way they delegitimize fantasy. If I ask my clients to imagine what they would do if there were no limits or consequences, the newer ones will go completely blank. Or, they take a step into the magical world of make...
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I am a wisdom guide, combining intuitive healing, Ayurveda, and the deeper teachings of yoga.
I teach Ayurveda , but not as a list of rules.
Through my membership program, you’ll learn how to access an inner knowing about your body. Break free from perfectionism and live in true health.
I teach yoga , but not only as a physical experience.
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“On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure.”
The Bhagavad Gita 2:40