From my Christian upbringing to my Jewish adulthood, gratitude has always held an importance place in my life. Read on to find out how I interpret the Third Principle of Reiki!
Learn the basics of Nadi Shodhana (Alternate Nostril Breathing) to help clear the mind, manage anxiety, and release stress.
Feeling run-down or disconnected? Kick off your shoes and give yourself a barefoot break in the yard!
Ever wondered what Kundalini Yoga is all about? Read on to hear about my personal experience with this life-changing practice.
This is obviously not something I made up and I know it's quite a common thing to do these days, but I realized a couple weeks ago when I was listening to the Highest Self Podcast with Sahara Rose that I had never created my own Bucket List! It's not that I haven't thought about... Continue Reading →
As I was pondering what to share in this post, I realized that this week's specific topic has come up at a very opportune time. This week and last, I have been housesitting for my Reiki Masters (who are married to each other) in Tel Aviv, and the gorgeous Reiki energy permeating their home is... Continue Reading →
We've finished our eight-part series on the different limbs of yoga (and if you're new to the blog, I do recommend going back to read these posts as they'll help to give you a basis), so as long as you'll excuse my cheesy pun in the title, we'll continue this week with a quick Yoga... Continue Reading →
The title says it all! This weekend's self-care tip is to hug yourself. If you're a person who likes giving hugs, you know how comforting an embrace from someone can be, whether it's a family member, a best friend, a small child, or even a pet. However, this tip is especially useful for those of... Continue Reading →
Alright, guys. We've reached the culmination, the final branch of the Eight Limbs of Yoga: Samadhi. Even if you don't run in yogi circles or attend yoga classes, you may have heard this word. It's often translated as "enlightenment" or even "bliss", but as a language nut, I don't think these translations can even begin... Continue Reading →