One of the most liberating feelings is knowing we can take steps to create whatever life we dream of. The only things holding us back are our limiting beliefs. Why is it that we spend energy feeding into the negative narrative about how our life is supposed to be? We tell ourselves that life is meant to be stressful, money is … Continue reading Stop Feeding your Negative Narrative
No, it wasn't about my superbly charming, intelligent, and romantic personality. I get that all the time. Last night I received the greatest compliment ever. I am still so humbled that my heart wants to silently burst. At the dinner table, my mom randomly told me, "Ever since you started practicing yoga and meditation, you've become a lot … Continue reading Greatest Compliment I Ever Received
For the ones who ever doubted their worth, this post is for you. Today I'm sharing 4 tips to accept and love yourself more! We often spend so much of our time berating ourselves. We wonder how we could have done things differently in the past so we could be more successful today.. or comparing ourselves … Continue reading Learn to Love Yourself. 4 self-love tips!
We all know what being insecure feels like. It prevents us from being the genuine, fun, loving people we really are because we're all in our heads. Today we're talking about 4 ways to not care about what others think of us so we can live more freely! Love Yourself Get to know yourself, both … Continue reading Start Living Freely! How to Deal with Insecurity
Today I'm sharing words of wisdom that I particularly need this week. I'm hoping they can serve as inspiration to you, too. Above all else, always be kind and grateful.
Ah, Pilates, my first fitness addiction. I began practicing almost 5 years ago and teaching just over 4 months now. Today I'm sharing 3 classical Pilates moves that never fail to work. It takes 5 minutes to do this routine, so find a small spot on the floor and enjoy! Start by lying on your back. Knees … Continue reading Top 3 Pilates Moves for Toned Abs
When I was first introduced to yoga at the beginning of college, I saw it as a way to work out and nothing more. I left my first class feeling achey, confused (like who thought it was a good idea to balance on their triceps..?), and not "zen" as everyone makes it out to be. Even … Continue reading Why I Yoga