I try to lead a simple life. I believe in nourishing my body with healthy products, nourishing my mind with constant education and intellectual conversation, and nourishing my soul with yoga, travel, and anything else that simply brings joy to me and my family. I’m a minimalist in all aspects of my life and I prefer to spend my time and money on experiences that leave smiles for years to come.
- All Purpose Non-Toxic Cleaner
- Bridal Registry Tips: choosing non-toxic items
- 8 Simple Ways to Read More Books
- Healthy Eating When You’re Sick
- How to (naturally) Maintain Curly Hair
- Natural Remedies for Cold and Flu SeasonToxic Chemicals Hiding in Your Beauty Products
- Our Backyard NY Wedding Reception (for under $4,000)
- Twenty Five Ways to Chill Out and Reduce Stress
- Why We Had a Destination Wedding
- Why We Live With My Parents
- We’re Moving (out of my parents’ house)
In 2015, I completed my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training at a small studio on Long Island. It was a life changing, purposeful experience and it gave me the opportunity to share something I so deeply believe in. To me, yoga is this beautiful, ancient practice that helps us strip away what we really don’t need so we can just simple be. I believe, though, that most western yoga is overpriced, inaccessible, and sensationalized. We’ve deviated from a traditionally spiritual practice of human connection and spirituality, and we’re left with expensive leggings and models doing headstands on yachts. I’m passionate about bringing the “real” yoga into my classes (and my life), and I strive to share less about physical asanas and more about living a more conscious, empathetic life.
- Am I anAdvanced Yogi?
- The Benefits of Outdoor Yoga
- Mind-full of Mindful
- Ten Firsts to Remember as a Yoga Teacher
- Thoughts on Yoga Teacher Training
- Thoughts on Making Time for Yoga
- Three Ways Your Mat is a Mirror
- What is Yoga
- What’s Happening to Modern Yoga