Yoga is for lovers. And fighters.
I practice yoga to channel to my (often "buzzy") energy, clear my (often fuzzy) head so that I can be more present, not so reactive. I teach yoga with the intention of helping others connect to their best selves, too, so that we can all share more kindness, joy, and compassion. Because we all know the world could use a little more of that.
I completed my 200-hour YTT at Laughing River Yoga in 2016 and am currently finishing an additional 300-hour certification.
I teach vinyasa classes at Yoga Roots in Shelburne, Vermont twice a week and often lead workshops that combine yoga with my background in nutrition, goal-setting and behavior change. Sometimes, I teach private group classes—I love doing this to raise funds and awareness for a good cause, or for a group celebrating something special. Have an idea? Drop me a line.
Girl walks into a bar. In Queens. Flirting and beer-drinking ensue. Numbers are exchanged. A strange courtship ensues. Every couple has a start-up story. This is ours.
Delicata squash is the lazy cook’s dream. You eat the skin. It’s simple to seed. You can slice it with a knife that pretty much hasn’t been sharpened since you had those kids. Ten years ago.
Tiny actions that might make hearts swell.
Setting a mantra can help you stay focused and motivated. Here’s help.
There’s no one right way to parent, but my mother did a whole lot of things right. Here, seven parenting—and life—lessons I learned from my mama.
Say yes to the run, trust you know what you need, stop buying lipstick.
When it comes to parenting, is maximal physical presence a hindrance to being the best parent you can be? If you have an optional to opt out for a bit, seize it.