by Erika Compassion is our deepest nature. It arises from our interconnection to all things.
Buddhist Proverb The other day the sun came out and I decided to catch up on my landscaping. I bent over to pull what I thought was a weed, but it was firmly rooted and took a bit more oomph than anticipated. As I kept pulling, I realized the weed was actually a long strand of grass that had made several different connection points throughout my lawn. The yellowed end I initially
Falling out of balance doesn’t matter really, and truly. How we deal with that moment and how we find our way back to center, every day, again and again – that is the practice of yoga … it’s about trusting that you will find your way.
Cyndi Lee by Run Jodi One of the first yoga classes I ever attended started with a little breath work, some easy stretching and then a request from the instructor to ‘lift my heels’. At first thought, I didn’t even process the command. I mean
If you want to have healthy boundaries with other people, it’s easier if you have them with yourself first. ~ Dr. Anna Kress by Guest Blogger Erika Growing up I had a lot of energy and naturally gravitated toward athletics. I ran cross country, track, and city races with my Dad. I also played volleyball, but gymnastics is what truly dominated my life for over a decade. Gymnasts are literally scored on who is most perfect. Straight legs aren’t enough. My teammates and