Monthly Archives: April 2011

Weightless

I am beautiful because I was created in my Heavenly Father’s image. I am strong because I won’t give up no matter the obstacle. My favorite physical activities are restorative or vinyasa yoga & walking outdoors. I nourish my body … Continue reading

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Bio Poem

Eating as a Path to Yoga Hilarious, Contemplative, Fiesty, Passionate Who loves beauty, nurturance, & joy Who feels peace, terror, & optimism Who gives love, authenticity, & time Who fears the unknown, negative emotions, & indifference. Who seeks truth, relationship, … Continue reading

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The Yoga of Fat-Burning?

A local yoga studio just posted the following link – “Think yoga is just for stretching and toning? Think again! The Top 5 Fat-Burning Yoga Poses! Can yoga help you burn calories and lose weight? Sure it can! Here are … Continue reading

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New Food Rules

As many of you know, Michael Pollan wrote a short, sweet book “Food Rules.” He is coming out with an new illustrated version of this title, & asked his readers to submit some new additions. Here are a few gems: … Continue reading

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Om Shanti Om Peace

When I go to my favorite instructor’s class, we always end our sweet practice with the phrase “Om Shanti. Om Peace.” Om is made up of three Sanskrit letters, which combined, makes the sound/word “Om.” Om can be a mantra, … Continue reading

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Internal Family Systems

So, as much as I want to eat mindfully…. I have this part that just will not loosen its grip on food. For a long time, I just wanted to rid myself of this part. It was a bad part. … Continue reading

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Intuitive Sleeping: Honoring Your Tiredness

I struggle with overeating at night time. It doesn’t come from a place of physical hunger. Rather I use food to stuff down any type of negative emotion. I’ve gotten to the point where I realize that if I am … Continue reading

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