Full disclosure, I'm done. I'm finally releasing my grip.
I am learning that big life changes can not only tip our physical world upside down, but also our emotional world, and not just for a short amount of time until we "get ourselves back together again". Sometimes I don't recognize myself at all, sometimes I kind-of do, often times I just don't care, and then sometimes I wonder if I've hopped on the crazy train.
What does it mean to have a vision? Is it the same thing as having a dream? Is it more of a distant reality? Or is it something truly achievable?
A few weeks ago, I came upon this quote and right away it reminded me of a yogic practice called "Aparigraha" (one of the five Yama's or "restraints" in the eight limbs of yoga)....
I still feel a bit awkward in front of the camera, but it's important to me that I develop more of a connection with all of you...and that means showing up here in a more visual and interactive way!
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Here is my perspective on adapting to change as we approach a new season.
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Do you reach for things that inspire wellness and preventative health? An afternoon run, moments away from a screen, a glass of green juice, a short meditation, fresh air...?
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What is the difference between yoga and a workout?
(The following is inspired by a transcript from the very intelligent and soulful Simon Borg-Olivier)
What matters most in your life? Feeling good or looking good? When we are younger, looking good is often a very important component...but as you get older feeling good tends to become much more important....
Hello, I'm Julie.
One of the many things yoga taught me was empowerment...and I hope to share that with you here.
Bring wisdom, nourishment and a deeper connection to all aspects of your life.