Power Green Edamame Salad By Jenn Pike

May 31, 2016

Power Green Edamame Salad (serves 2-4) a small bin of mixed organic greens (or baby kale, spinach, organic romaine, whatever greens you have on hand) half cup of edamame (steamed) ½ yellow bell pepper ½ cucumber a handful of pea shoot sprouts a handful of snap peas ½ cup pumpkin seeds 1 tbs of hemp seeds 1 tbs of sunflower seeds optional: pear or mango for a sweet kick Dressing: 2 tbs olive oil 1 tbs apple cider vinegar 1-2 tbs of honey mustard Salt and pepper to taste Toss this salad and serve with our Creamy Cashew Carrot Soup. […]
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Katie Ashley on Doing More With Less Stress

May 27, 2016

Do you feel overwhelmed by your to-do list? Last year I decided that I was done feeling overwhelmed. It was exhausting and I was tired of it on every level. I wanted to feel productive, accomplished, and at ease. To bring my desired feelings into my life I decided to look into my intentions, actions, and results to see where I could make productive shifts to my work ethic, spiritual practice, and lifestyle. One of my biggest stumbling blocks was my never ending to-do list. I had a million things to do in my business, hundreds of household chores and […]
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A Promise of Quality by Britt Steele

May 25, 2016

I was on the phone with a friend and fellow yoga teacher from out of state this morning. I was sharing with her how it seems that our local yoga market is saturated with teachers and their offerings. I explained how there are dozens, if not more, events and workshops available each weekend for students to choose from. To which she replied, “Oh No! It’s happening THERE too?” Of course, yoga for the masses is not a bad thing — it’s a very good thing. We also know that when there is too much from which to choose, and a lot of hype and […]
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I Didn’t Say Death By Karin Burke

May 24, 2016

On a Monday, late in the year (I have to say this because I get confused, recently), I was supposed to be headed to New York City, yesterday, and a Zen retreat center early this morning. Instead, I’m at home nursing Ty, listening as cancer swells his abdomen and pain laces his bones. We wake and sleep all night long, The neighborhood went silent and empty over the holidays, and I cancelled my flight, and there didn’t seem to be any sound anywhere. All the people went away, to family and parties and airports. I stayed. Snow fell, eventually. Time stopped. We – […]
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A Challenge From Elli Boland

May 19, 2016

Hi love. This is a question I ask all of my clients, no matter what topic (health, career, relationships) we are exploring, and it always leads to instant JOY and FREEDOM. This is especially for you if you often find yourself doing things out of guilt, obligation, or because you think you “should” be doing it. I love to do this every 6 month or so, and invite you to put this in your tool box and whip out when needed. So, let’s grab pen and paper, and take a few deep breaths. Wave the magic wand… Imagine that you […]
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