Yearly Archives: 2018

Transform Your Relationship with Food–No Cost Mindful Eating Summit

Have you ever inhaled a cookie, or two, (or three – oops) — and then realized you didn’t even enjoy them and now—  they’re all gone!?  You ate the entire coveted treat and hardly tasted it at all!  If this sounds familiar, you were eating mindlessly.  I know, because I’ve been there too. What if you can learn to be present to the rich, delicious experience of eating without negative associations, or impact

Mindful Yoga Makes You Smile – Join Me On the Mat!

This February after I completed a week-long Kripalu yoga retreat in Costa Rica, I was on cloud nine. This was my fourth time attending and co-teaching this retreat and the combination of yoga, companionship, sunshine, and beautiful flora were a cocktail of endorphins, dopamine, and serotonin—all hormones that lead to greater happiness.  Back home, I

Wake Up Your Heart With the Heart Practices – REGISTER SOON

Greetings!!! I wanted to share this practice opportunity with you. I met Heather at Cloud Mountain in the summer of 2016 and had a lovely retreat experience. If you are ready to dive a little deeper into your practice, this would be a great opportunity. The Awakened Heart of Practice: Metta, Compassion, Joy, & Equanimity

March is for Mindfulness: Sign Up Now!

There will be three great opportunities to practice mindful living and eating with me in March at some great destinations. These professional trainings would be helpful for any health or wellness professional who is interested in improving their knowledge of mindfulness and mindful eating. I hope you can attend one of them. And, if you

Mindfulness Retreat for Health Professionals – March 26 & 27, 2018

Please join me for a Two Day Intensive Training Seminar: Mindfulness Retreat for Health Professionals –Learning from the Inside Out at the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference, March 26 & 27, 2018, in San Diego, California. No experience with mindfulness practice is necessary. This intensive training program is designed for beginner to advanced practitioners to

Five Insights for Everyday Life — Making Every Day More Mindful!

The trail seemed a LOT steeper than it was the last time I was here five years ago but I was determined to get to the top of the mountain. I remembered the majestic grove of trees which were covered in fog and, at the top, there was a tremendous view of the whole valley.
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