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90% Of Body Complaints…

Today I was on a call with Leslie Kaminoff, who is like a Yoga Superhero in my book. Leslie has been practicing yoga for over 40 years and is the real deal. He is an expert on breathing and anatomy. Today during the call he talked about 90% of all body complaints...

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All The “Woo” … Satya

Yesterday we sat outside of Bad Ass Coffee... yes, that's the real name, enjoying a frosty coffee and waiting for our table for brunch.  As we sat, a woman came out, said she was working on taxes. I had seen her inside at a table with a stack of AMEX statements,...

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I Didn’t Believe My Eyes!

So do you remember my recap from the beach last week? My daughter was off with her friends, the hurricane had whipped the sea up into a froth unfit for paddle boarding, so I was relegated to trying to entertain myself. After pulling up my computer and surfing the...

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The Breaking Point

I've been holding off writing. Trying to come up with something inspirational, motivational, or entertaining to share.  Instead, I decided to just be honest. This week has been hard. Like really hard. I pride myself on being a tough cookie, but...

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A New Reality

Today marked a new day in EPIC history. We took classes online. I'll be honest, I was a little nervous. By the time I finally made it to my mat for David's 4:30 Pm tonight and saw all of the familiar faces from our community, it felt like home. I was at the studio...

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The EPIC Journey Podcast

The EPIC Journey Podcast

The EPIC Journey podcast chronicles my yoga journey leading up to EPIC YOGA. It’s full of lessons learned along the way, and a few mishaps.

read more
Yoga and Science

Yoga and Science

My background was in drug development and research, which may explain why I am fascinated with the underlying mechanisms that make yoga "work." And by "work" I mean "effective" not that the postures, or practice is "hard". This month I have been reading a lot about...

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Yoga And The Art Of Diffusing An Incident On The Subway

Yoga And The Art Of Diffusing An Incident On The Subway

A couple of weeks ago my husband and I took a trip to New York City. It was a long overdue anniversary trip. I hadn't been into the city in years, but was excited by the energy and the buzz of the City. We took the subway, chatted it up with the locals and walked...

read more

90% Of Body Complaints…

Today I was on a call with Leslie Kaminoff, who is like a Yoga Superhero in my book. Leslie has been practicing yoga for over 40 years and is the real deal. He is an expert on breathing and anatomy. Today during the call he talked about 90% of all body complaints...

read more

All The “Woo” … Satya

Yesterday we sat outside of Bad Ass Coffee... yes, that's the real name, enjoying a frosty coffee and waiting for our table for brunch.  As we sat, a woman came out, said she was working on taxes. I had seen her inside at a table with a stack of AMEX statements,...

read more

I Didn’t Believe My Eyes!

So do you remember my recap from the beach last week? My daughter was off with her friends, the hurricane had whipped the sea up into a froth unfit for paddle boarding, so I was relegated to trying to entertain myself. After pulling up my computer and surfing the...

read more

The Breaking Point

I've been holding off writing. Trying to come up with something inspirational, motivational, or entertaining to share.  Instead, I decided to just be honest. This week has been hard. Like really hard. I pride myself on being a tough cookie, but...

read more

A New Reality

Today marked a new day in EPIC history. We took classes online. I'll be honest, I was a little nervous. By the time I finally made it to my mat for David's 4:30 Pm tonight and saw all of the familiar faces from our community, it felt like home. I was at the studio...

read more
The EPIC Journey Podcast

The EPIC Journey Podcast

The EPIC Journey podcast chronicles my yoga journey leading up to EPIC YOGA. It’s full of lessons learned along the way, and a few mishaps.

read more
Yoga and Science

Yoga and Science

My background was in drug development and research, which may explain why I am fascinated with the underlying mechanisms that make yoga "work." And by "work" I mean "effective" not that the postures, or practice is "hard". This month I have been reading a lot about...

read more
Yoga And The Art Of Diffusing An Incident On The Subway

Yoga And The Art Of Diffusing An Incident On The Subway

A couple of weeks ago my husband and I took a trip to New York City. It was a long overdue anniversary trip. I hadn't been into the city in years, but was excited by the energy and the buzz of the City. We took the subway, chatted it up with the locals and walked...

read more