Meditation is often a technique sprinkled into yoga classes to increase a student’s connection with their inner being. Yet, many yoga professionals forget the power of this technique to enhance their own mental focus, intuition, and overall wellbeing. This post explores
The heart of the yogic paradigm is that we, as humans, are part of an infinite, intelligent, and evolving universe. In fact, our true self mirrors that unending field of possibility. You are abundantly creative and you are powerful beyond measure.
In the Toronto TEDx talk by Drew Dudley, he explains that we all have immense power to be leaders everyday through lollipop moments. Dudley defines a lollipop moment as one “where someone said or did something that you feel fundamentally made
Awareness is a skill that gets cultivated with practice, and over time, it can become a powerful force to facilitate positive, personal change. While an active yoga practice can be used to build this skill, one of my biggest transformations came
In my early twenties, I had a host of unwanted habits, one of which was internal anger. I wasn't the person who would explode at any little annoyance. Instead, I was an emotional stuffer. My body retained tension from any situation
Personal improvement is always high on my priority list, and last week, I read a book that entirely changed my perspective on this topic. Stealing Fire, by Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal, reveals how Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALS, and maverick