Before I walked into my first Reiki appointment, I didn’t know what to think. My thought processes were along the lines of “Let’s see if this woo-woo shit works.” I was open to it, maybe not as open as I could be, but still willing to give it an honest go. I laid down and … More Reiki: Take What the Universe is Offering
The low down: Farro originates from the fertile crescent but is now grown throughout the Mediterranean. It cooks like rice- two cups water to one cup farro. It has more nutrients than quinoa. And is exotic like couscous. Despite its ancient origins, it has recently become a very popular food. It is filling, easy to … More What is farro? And some ways to use it!
Yoga was always too slow for me. I could never force myself to slow down enough to engage. Then came a period of darkness. It was long. 6 months of doom gloom anxiety depression hell. I lost sight of who I was. It was the end of law school and it was time to take … More Why I am here…
Yoga is so much more than exercise, there is a whole spiritual dimension to it. And it’s this spiritual side that I have found a lot of self-love and forgiveness in. Below is a list of 3 books I found to be amazing tools for helping me develop a more wholesome practice. 1. The Subtle … More 3 OM-azing Books for a New Yogi(ni)
Cost $68- It’s a little steep if you are on a tight budget (like me!) but with a discount code lulu sometimes sends out it can be an affordable investment, especially compared to similar mats on the market. Quality & Thoughts I have had the mat for about 2 months now and use it just … More Lululemon “The Reversible Mat”
A lot of the principles of yoga deal with healing and respecting your body. It is important as we practice to check-in with both our bodies and our souls. I have jotted down some of the questions that have provided me with the most food for thought. Think about it. Journal about it. It’s merely … More 10 Questions to Elevate Your Practice
This is the excerpt for a featured post. … More 10 Yoga Moves to Ground You