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Healing Yoga: Yoga Nidra & The Art of Slowing Down

Last summer, I found myself completely and utterly exhausted. As a yoga teacher with a business based on wellness, you would think I’d have my personal wellness plan figured out all the time. But I’m human, too, and fell into the trap of wanting to achieve more, work harder, play harder.  And in my mind, I was eating all the “right things” and doing all the “right practices”, but …

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Living Ayurveda: Cooling Tips for Summer

There’s a point in summer where the heat loses its magic and allure. That point usually comes early August for me, with signs of bloodshot eyes, red skin and a little less patience for the people around me. I often say yes to too much, and end up pretty burnt out by the end of September. To avoid the burn out, here are some essential tips to beat the …

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Travel Healthy | San Francisco Guide

To give you a truly “complete” guide of San Francisco may be a near impossible feat or might require me to live a decade in the city to uncover all the culinary gems to eat my through and underground spots to explore. Until that happens, I’ve been visiting the city enough in the past few years to have established my tried-and-true favorite spots I hit every time I go …

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Recipe Box: Spring Kombucha + Homebrewing 101

I’ve been creating seasonal content for our gorgeous local print magazine here, Edible OKC. I’ve long loved Edible’s global mission to support regional food culture and highlight local foodies. It’s been such an honor to be a part of the magazine and to have the creative space to share recipes/photography in my little “Conscious Cooking” corner on the mag! Last month, I shared chocolate rose …

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Travel Healthy: Essentials for Balanced Travel

Born a double Sagittarius and raised by two pilots, my life has been filled with travel before I could even walk. Because of this, I’ve also had to be conscious of the potential for my body and mind goes out of balance from the abundance of change and stimulation that comes with the wanderlust experience. To kick off this new series on Journal, I’m sharing my essential tools for …

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Reading List | January 2016

Each month I’m sharing my favorite books, blogs, podcasts, playlists and more of what’s inspiring me at the moment in this “Reading List” series…

{Currently} on my nightstand:
1. Ayurveda for Women by Dr. Robert Svoboda
I admire Dr. Svoboda greatly in his approach to eloquently sharing complex topics in a way that’s simple yet layered with information and meaning. Each time I read about Ayurveda, even from an introductory level, I sink deeper …

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New Years Rituals for Reflection & Integration

In the linear goal-oriented world we live in, how often do we take time to stop and reflect on where we’ve come from and feel truly grateful? Before we rush to making plans for the new year, this six step practice grants you permission to slow down and honor the path you’ve walked, so you can fully take stock of the many gifts the year has granted you and …

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Reading List: December 2015

Each month I’m sharing my favorite books, blogs, podcasts, playlists and more of what’s inspiring me at the moment in this “Reading List” series…

{Currently} on my nightstand:
1. Chickpea Flour Does It All by Lindsey Love
Dolly & Oatmeal’s cookbook is now out for pre-ordering! I guarantee this will be a book you read over and over, pages well-greased and stained from all the times you’ll be pulling this one to cook …

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Reading List: November 2015

Each month I’m sharing my favorite books, blogs, podcasts, playlists and more of what’s inspiring me at the moment in this “Reading List” series…

{Currently} on my nightstand:
1. The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Naht Hanh
From washing the dishes to peeling an orange, Thich Naht Hanh reminds us that each moment holds within it an opportunity to work toward greater self-understanding and peacefulness.

2. Yoga Baby, Yoga Mama: Ayurveda & Yoga …

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