I focus a lot on helping women overcome anxiety and depression through yoga, nutrition, and meditation. Additionally, here are a few life lessons I've learned that I often share with clients. If I can help just one person, it would be worth it.
Take care of yourself nutritionally and steps to make your environment more vibrant.
Articles about yoga have now begun to clog the social media airways all with a common theme "here's what yoga does for me," oh and here's another picture of an arm balance, except this time it's on top of a fire hydrant.
Yes, yoga is everywhere, but for good reason.
Ever been knocked over by a huge ocean wave? It turns you upside down, and you get lost in a pool of dense salt water for about 3-4 seconds, only it feels like a lifetime? That was what 2010-2012 was like for me. Living with a numb feeling that’s so difficult to describe to someone on the outside. A chronological string of bad decisions, all because I was in search of a different feeling, a different way of being.
The scene: Boston, MA preparing for a major nutrition presentation in my home office in the morning of April 6th.
What was I eating? 1 cup of organic coffee and a yogurt parfait with my homemade granola!
Karen goes back to Peter Welch's gym, but this time she brings her sisters. ;)
"What no pork chop? I love you anyway." Here's what I've learned from my dog!
The best way to go for a Run!: Memories of my Hometown
I believe everyone needs a place where they can escape, and reconnect nature. Here is mine!