Caught Stealing From snagging loose change to dominating conversations, stealing comes in many forms. Exploring how often we rob ourselves of the opportunities to change, in this month’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Join me the first Monday of every month on Hilltown Families award winning blog.
“Gratefulness does for our heart-mind what food does for our bodies – it nourishes our heart-mind and crates a sense of fulfillment. Slowing down, stepping back, and appreciating the little things in life crates inner happiness.” Nicolai Bachman, The Path of the Yoga Sutras
Do your body – and mind – some good. Take time for 10 slow, deep breaths. Start with arms at your sides. Inhale arms up overhead, exhale arms back down. Let the length of your breath guide the speed of your movement. Notice the effects in your body – and mind.
“Say thank you all the time, everywhere, over and over again, out loud, silently, joyfully, thoughtfully, looking skyward, looking someone in the eye, looking out over a landscape or parking lot or around your kitchen. Say thank you to yourself. Say thank you to your God, to the unknown mystery, to your angels, guides, or […]
Gratitude can be a worthy practice. Compulsory gratitude can backfire. Working the gratitude muscle, from last December’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Look for me the first Monday of every month on the Hilltown Families Blog.
This Veterans Day weekend, learn more about the Veterans Yoga Project and how yoga can help with PTSD
Passionate energy How do we teach our children what we still need to heal in ourselves? Turning to yoga philosophy in the #metoo moment, in this month’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Join me the first Monday of every month on Hilltown Families award winning blog.
“Ginny asked questions and noted what was out of alignment. She remedied the pain in my lower back and buttocks. She gave me exercises to do that I was not aware of before. She helped me understand more fully how I could prevent pain in the future through specific exercises. Awesome!” – Cynthia, professor […]
Get out and move ‘dem bones!