#WorldSuicidePreventionDay

Today is #WorldSuicidePreventationDay on the 10th day of #NationalSuicideAwarenessMonth. I’ve been affected by suicide and mental health in a multitude of ways. I’ve (unfortunately) known various people who I have lost to suicide; as close to me as my 17-year old cousin to someone I attended high school with. I just learned a few hours […]

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Self Love Club

I feel guilt. I feel sadness. I feel like a fraud. I preach to be this self-loving person that accepts my flaws and owns my story. To be strong and know my worth. To be stern yet calm. Confident yet empathetic. Yet I sit at home at night with all these thoughts rolling through my […]

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Self Love Club

I have a few today that focus on different areas of #selflove.💙 1. Empathy of others & helping them find their self love. It’s easy to judge & maybe even shame people unknowingly for their actions when we often have no idea what has happened to bring them to the path they’re on today… which […]

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Shame: The Swampland of the Soul

Somewhere down the line society has created this unspoken rulebook that seems to outline who is allowed to grief, at what capacity, and for how long.

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Mental Health & Yoga – What’s New?

Today is an extra special day that is close to my heart. Not only is it #WorldMentalHealthDay but my 1-year anniversary of “officially” beginning my passion – teaching yoga! Over the past several years, I had times I was ritually practicing and in turn, conquered milestones I didn’t know were possible. I also have days that […]

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The Importance of Proper Alignment

Last night I was going through my photos to find something to inspire people to get on their mats and I come across these: I always talk about the emotional benefits of yoga – even how each pose affects them. But it’s also always important to be aware of how you’re moving your body because […]

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