Posts Tagged ‘#healforward’
Wounded Warrior or Peaceful Warrior….
Warrior: a person engaged in some struggle or conflict. Wound: a mental or emotional hurt or blow.Hurt: to suffer pain or grief; to inflict pain.Peaceful: devoid of violence or force. There has been one breaking headline after another regarding survivors coming forward years and decades after sexual assaults, abuses and rapes. Many of the accused are well…Read More
Full Throttle “Crazy Making” Mode
Yesterday was a lovely day! Yet, by the time I got home my mind was in full throttle “Crazy Making” mode. Overwhelming, all consuming and unfair thoughts. Maybe you relate? Read and comment if you do. You are not alone! “Is she mad at me?” “What did I do?” “She doesn’t like me right now.”…Read More
What is Yoga?
Tweet What is Yoga? Yoga is a science-backed practice for relieving stress, calming the mind, and strengthening and opening the body. Who can benefit from Yoga… Anyone with any of the following: back pain, headaches, digestive issues, or insomnia… Everyone who ever felt overwhelmed or anxious… Individuals who understand life will be more comfortable with a few, simple tools to help them…Read More
I Am the Current
Fellow yoga teacher and friend, Tori Palatas shared this poem on Instagram. When I first read her masterpiece I was struck with how much I related. Perhaps you do as well. It is our honor to feature her and her art on I Am Priceless. She did not provide a title so I chose one…Read More
I Judged a Book by It’s Cover….
2016 afforded me the privilege of completing my first 200 hours of yoga instructor training. I immediately began looking into training as a trauma informed instructor. After looking into several options, only to have the training cancel or their schedule conflict with mine, I came across Purple Dot Yoga Project and their specialized, trauma informed…Read More
Still I Rise
Hello Beautiful Souls! I was doing a little research on empowered and inspiring women when I came across this gem. Maya Angelou has been a huge source of inspiration and encouragemoent to me through the years. However, this is the first time I have seen her reciting her poem Still I Rise. Enjoy! I appreciate…Read More