Yoga and Your Truth

                        Yoga invites you to go beyond the stories you tell yourself about what is happening and open to satya, or truth. From “Yoga for Grief: Why Practice is Important” More on Mindfulness & Grief

Grief Creates Change

                        Grief forces you to change by assigning you unexpected roles, removing physical, emotional, and material resources you once had, and changing your assumptive world into a new and unfamiliar landscape. From “Yoga for Grief: Why Practice is Important” More on Mindfulness & Grief

Potential for Growth

                        Grief and yoga provide the potential for growth. From “Yoga for Grief: Why Practice is Important” More on Mindfulness & Grief

Recognizing The Love

                        You grieve because you care. Yoga will invite you to recognize that love and offer it towards your whole self: body, mind and spirit. From “Yoga for Grief: Why Practice is Important” More on Mindfulness & Grief

Yoga and Grief Rooted in Love

                        Grief and yoga have something in common; both are rooted in love. Grief is love. Yoga is love. From “Yoga for Grief: Why Practice is Important” More on Mindfulness & Grief

Yoga and Grief

                         The grieving body seems to collapse inward, the mind runs wild, and joy is nowhere to be found. The image of yoga is painted with vivid oils, while grief is rendered in a muted gray. From “Yoga for Grief: Why Practice is Important” More … Read More >>

Understanding Depictions VS. Reality of Yoga

                        The practice of yoga for grief may seem daunting at first glance. Contemporary media and fitness magazines depict model-thin women in the prime of their lives twisting into the most advanced expression of pretzel-like postures. They are strong; they are at peace; they … Read More >>

Reflect on the Effects of Metta

                      When you are finished, reflect on the effects Metta practice has had. Notice how you move through the rest of your day, how you interact with those close to you as well as strangers. From “Loving Kindness Meditation”  More on Mindfulness & Grief 

Sending Love and Compassion with Metta Practice

                      Metta, the meditative practice of loving-kindness, is not only a way to send well wishes to those you care about, but can support you in being compassionate to those in your life that you find difficult, or even downright hostile. From “Loving Kindness Meditation”  … Read More >>

Mindfulness + Everyday Life

                        Yoga and meditation are two formal mindfulness practices, however you can be mindful while gardening, cooking, jogging, or looking at a flower. From “Grief And Your Body” More on Mindfulness and Grief