I’ve been struggling with simply being. You know that feeling when you don’t even know how to simply rest cause it’s always something that needs your attention? Attaching ourselves to the numerous rolls that constantly pulling at our time, efforts and attention. The the to do never gets shorter and the fires keep needing to […]Read More To Be…
Good morning family, This months theme of choice for my yoga classes have been open heart = open opportunities. I’ve been using this to connect with students by inviting them to be open to listening to and finding new ways to be open to new perspectives (sometimes you just gotta “change your seat at the […]Read More Seat change anyone?
Its been a long time coming but we still here, It’s been two years and 4 days since I started the Phoenix project. I used this platform as a way to keep me accountable with my workouts and staying healthy at a time of my life when things seemed at there craziest and I needed […]Read More What’s up, what’s Haapnin?! (If you know you know)
~a monologue or dialogue dependin on who’s askin~ 🤷🏾♀️ I’ve broken up with you thousands of times in my mind yet youre still here. I’m not really sure what all the worry is about it’s not like we’ve never moved on and always manage to figure it out. It has to do a lot with […]Read More “Souled”
Eight days into the New Year, has anyone else done a self check-in? Rather you partake in the New year resolution shenanigans or not; the New year aways seems to welcome a fresh energy, appreciation and anticipation for what’s ahead. With so much going on around us it can be daunting to try to keep […]Read More Stay Light
Hey hey! As we embark on a new upcoming year (these joints seem to fly by after and faster or am I trippin, I think not) help me get some feedback for ways I can improve your experience of my blog, yoga teachings and health and life coaching methods. What do you all feel the […]Read More What them stats do
For years I spent my time and life being proud of “staying out the way” not being a bother to those I love, not asking questions, not asking for help when I needed it, not talking about what I have going on or what I’m trying to accomplish. No networking cause in my mind “they […]Read More A seat at the table