It’s that time of year again! I can’t believe that it’s almost December AND I can’t believe that this is now the 3rd annual Relaxation Challenge.
My goal this year is to get 100 people relaxing this holiday season!!!
What is […]
It’s really the age-old question of life isn’t it?
Once we’ve met our basic needs, our mind will eventually wonder how we can live happily ever after, without pain and suffering.
And it’s a noble quest, fraught with mountains, hills, thunderstorms, […]
The universe likes to inspire me for content. This is a great way to receive content ideas, except that it requires patience. I’ve been thinking about doing a yoga for knee pain video for a while, but wasn’t positive […]
This has been 2 years in the making!!!
I recorded a set of meditations sometime in 2013 (I don’t even remember when it was!), but the sound quality just wasn’t right. I tried recording them again in the spring of […]
This past weekend I was leading a History of Yoga lecture for a teacher training program. To prepare for this lecture I did a little extra research into how yoga originated. What I found was fascinating.
I’ve always known the […]
It’s Vata season (fall), which means all of Vata’s wonderful qualities become heightened until Spring.
As a quick recap, Vata is made up of the elements air and ether (space) and its qualities can include digestive irregularities, feelings of anxiety […]
Ever get stuck in a rut of negative thinking? Feel overwhelmed by the amount of complaining in your life, both by you and those around you?
I’ve got a mindset shift for you to try on.
Elizabeth Gilbert’s new book Big […]
One of the first questions my clients ask me when we first meet is how often they should practice and for how long. They understand the importance of maintaining a consistent practice, but they just don’t know what to […]
Happy Autumn Equinox! I don’t know about you, but it’s slowly starting to feel like fall around here. Cooler weather. Pumpkins on display at the grocery store. Cravings for soup and hot tea. Northface jackets. And of course, football!
As some of you may have heard over the past couple days, Scott Dinsmore, the founder of LiveYourLegend.net was killed this past weekend climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. For those of you who don’t know of him, Scott was a “celebrity” […]
In the past few months, I’ve heard many of my students complain of poor posture. What is interesting to me about this complaint is that many students know they have bad posture but they aren’t actively doing anything to […]
At my recent wedding, my dad mentioned in his toast how the Herzberger family is not particularly skilled at how to deal with change. This is kind of like one of those running jokes in the family where it’s […]