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5 Ways to Detect Toxic People


My latest article published with Elephant Journal.  Enjoy!

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Elephant Journal

  Elephant Journal has been a daily read for me for a couple of years now.  I’ve always wanted to write for them but let some many of my doubts and “shoulds” get in the way.  I finally broke out

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Stuffed Poblano Peppers

I’ve made stuffed peppers in multiple combinations over the years but this batch turned out exceptionally well. It only takes about a half hour of prep and then bakes for another half hour. It’s low fat, low calorie, gluten free,

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Prioritizing Wellness

Thanks to my online 40 Days to a Personal Revolution group, you can now practice with me at home!  If you visit this site because you see me for yoga therapy, this practice might not work for you exactly as

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Holiday Fun Without Weight Gain!

If you’re like most people you’re probably starting to gear up for the holidays! Parties, family dinners, work obligations and eating on the go all seem to come into play much more this time of year. There is one ridiculously

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Personal Revolution

Yesterday I began the 40 Days to a Personal Revolution program by my teacher, Baron Baptiste. It always seems like there isn’t a good time to start something like this but that is exactly the thinking that keeps us stagnant!

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Tracking Wellness Goals: A Great Online Tool

Two of the most common goals for my yoga therapy clients are weight loss and increased activity. One of the best tools I have found for this purpose is I’ve been using it myself for a few years. It has

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Baked Polenta with Spinach and Cheese

I’ve tried several new recipes lately that I’ll be sharing with you over the next few weeks! All are great for fall, low-calorie, tasty and extremely satisfying. The first is Baked Polenta with Spinach and Cheese, based on a similar

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5 Tips for Better Sleep

Getting enough quality sleep is one of the best things you can do for health and wellness. Yet Americans are chronically sleep deprived and getting less sleep as the years go by. In 2009 the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), a

Posted in Ayurveda, Theraputic Pose, Wellness

Malasana (Garland Pose)

We did this pose in one of my classes this week. A student commented how great her back felt while in this position. It’s very simple yet can be a difficlut pose to maintain. However, the benefits are substantial if

Posted in Theraputic Pose