“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today.” – Thich Nhat Hanh I sent this to someone recently who’s been having a difficult time. They responded by saying, “hope isn’t going to change my situation.” … Continue reading Hope
Have you ever had a bad experience in a public yoga class? If you said yes you’re not the only one. More than 50% of clients that come to me (I specialize in private coaching sessions) state their reason for pursuing private sessions as having bad experiences in public yoga classes. So today I want … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Yoga Bullies
This week at YogiNest is all about gratitude, so I created this writing prompt to help you, during this mandatory pause, to do just that…to pause and think about what makes you tick, what makes you most happy and fulfilled, and what you’re most grateful for even when the world around you feels like it’s … Continue reading Gratitude Journal Writing Prompt
ATTENTION NEW STUDENTS!!! February is new student appreciation month at YogiNest! When you book your FIRST session between 2/1/20-2/29/20 you’ll receive 20% off a single session or one of the many package options we offer. Curious why we chose February 1st instead of January 1st? Well I’ll tell you. Approximately 80% of all New Year’s … Continue reading Attention New Students! 20% off in the month of February!
When living with a chronic or terminal disease you have to talk about it a lot! I lived at the doctor’s office, I lived in hospitals, the dialogue was always about my disease. That eventually bled into all of my conversations with family, friends, people I had just met, etc. Two things happen, in my … Continue reading You Are NOT Your “Disease”
It’s the first day of fall and I couldn’t be more excited! This is my favorite time of year. Might have something to do with the fact that I am OBSESSED with Halloween. There is just something about fall. In Wisconsin where I’m from the leaves change colors and the air is crisp. It seems … Continue reading Stay Warm This Fall With Heat Building Sun Salutations