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5 Surprises of Italy!

Bridge in Bagnon Italy

Every retreat I lead is full of magic and surprise, and the month we spent in Tuscany did not disappoint.  With the theme, An Exploration of the Senses, we learned about Italian history, art, food and wine, but we learned even more about ourselves.  I experienced the delight and wonder of surprise many times and…

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Are You FUN or Miserable?

Hiking Are You FUN or miserable?

We spent 3 fabulous days in the mountains hiking, seeing a play, and eating fabulous food, all with great friends.  It was a great opportunity to exhale after a busy travel schedule but it turned out to be not quite enough… On the drive home, I felt myself bristle with our return to traffic, heat,…

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What Are You Willing to Do to Feel the Way You Want to Feel?

When I was showing our 5 year old granddaughter how to operate the shower after swimming, she asked very seriously, Should I wash all the body parts? I answered, Yes, all the body parts smiling inside and thinking about the parts of our bodies and lives we often don’t take care of, in other words,…

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Your Resilient Summer

Eighteen Summers: It’s All We Get, discusses how many summers we get with our kids before they grow up got me thinking, how many summers we all have left, especially as we know them now. Whether it’s our kids leaving, health declining, or interests wavering, summers, like everything else in life all change and end.…

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5 Reasons to Commit

This month, Endorphin, one of the yoga studios I teach at is offering a yoga challenge that invites students to take 30 yoga classes in 30 days. It’s good for the studio to get students on their mats and experience different classes and instructors. It’s also good for the students because it requires commitment to…

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How Resilient Are You?

I have always been fascinated with resilience. Why is it, in times of hardship and stress, some individuals thrive while others crumble? Is it our character, upbringing, or karma? I am relieved to tell you my research says resilience is not a personality trait you are born with, but a skill anyone can learn and…

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