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Choosing to see the beauty within.     How can I see the light in others but not within me? How can I see the beauty in all these glowing radiant pregnant women but not within myself? Why is it as women we can see so much beauty and light in others, but all we do within ourselves is judge, compare and nitpick about our bodies and self-image.  We seriously are quite cray-cray us women. Pregnancy has brought this up on a whole other level for me.  During Trimester 2 more than any I had so much self-conscious body issues come up. I...

THANK YOU GABBY BERNSTEIN! As many of you know I attended a whole day workshop this past Saturday with the beautiful and authentic Gabby Bernstein. I kid you not I had one of the most awakening and beautiful days ever. This women’s intention was to crack us open and boy oh by did she with her words, meditations, kundalini chants and her absolutely radiant presence. Today I can’t do justice with words to the feeling I got and I am still relishing in since Saturday, but I am going to share with you all anyway some of the light, inspiration and golden...

      SAY GOODBYE TO SINGLE FRUSTRATION SYNDROME!                                                                                        All my single ladies… this is for you. Have you lost faith, hope and all belief that you are never going to find the one? Do you suffer from single frustration syndrome? Are you going on lots of dates and just not feeling 100 percent with the guys you are dating? Are you worried you’re too...

Somewhere amongst our ego's and thought process as a newer or even older more established yoga student we have this pre-conceived idea in our minds of what a yoga teacher looks like. We make them out to be in our heads "PERFECT".  We imagine they walk through life, effortlessly with out any pain or suffering and that they are untouchable from shit hitting the fan. Hmm well I beg to differ here as this is not the truth from my own personal experience anyway. I actually choke on the idea and thought that any of my students place me into a "perfect bracket".  Its scares me how vulnerable we can...