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LifeForce Yoga for Travel Anxiety

Travel. The mere mention of it can charge emotions and expand overwhelm. Add the prospect of unknown hiccups - long lines, weather, fatigue - and hello unwelcome anxiety. This time of year is often exciting with gatherings of friends and family, so I find it helpful to get on board early with ways to reduce possible tensions. Yoga and the wider view: When we roll [...]

Need Elevation? Welcome a yoga nidra break!

As fall gets underway and winter approaches, stress can increase. Between shorter days and darker weather, new school schedules, end-of-year deadlines, or holiday commitments, perceived pressures can mount, so be sure and make time for yourself. I designed this evidence-based LifeForce Yoga Nidra especially to elevate mood. Move through the traditional body sensing and breath awareness, to an exploration of the opposites of sensation and [...]

Full Moon Glow – Just Ask

When you see me glowing with happiness under the full moon, please don’t assume that I feel this way all the time. Like anyone’s life, there are moments of happiness and moments of grief. In my case, depression and anxiety have been the default since early childhood. We don’t transform our essential nature, but we learn, through our yoga practice and through healthy healing relationships, [...]

Bhavana. Still finding your groove?

Thank you for your article, Mara Gordon (see link below)! Your piece hit home because it relates to so much of what I teach. It’s lovely to read how science is validating what those of us in LifeForce Yoga® (LFY) have long understood: finding and living our life’s mission is principal to vibrant wellbeing! In my LFY to Manage Your Mood workshops, we spend significant [...]

New horizons

Thirty-five years ago, I was drawn to the line of sea and sky. It seemed an intimate call to oblivion masked as eternity. Now, although my eyes still dwell on the horizon, it's a demarcation, not an invitation. The great wanting windy mama I was called to join in my darkest days has joined me.