The cycle of should is an endless cycle of limiting beliefs and self sabotaging behavior that prevents you from living in the moment, experiencing true mindfulness and creating greater ease and contentment in your life. Read my personal struggle with “should-ing” myself and tips I cultivated to “fight back”.
Now that I am a yoga teacher, I realize how amazing yoga is and the many benefits it can have in people’s lives - young and old. I’ve set an intention to create opportunities for families and kids to experience the benefits of yoga, to help families and kids learn about the benefits of all aspects of yoga. Learn more about how to bring yoga into your family today.
International travel is a mix of excitement and anxiety. Over the three years I’ve been to about ten different countries and each one has taught me a little something about travel and thanks to experiences of all kinds I’ve developed a handy checklist of my Top 12 Travel Tips for International Travel. Read on to learn more!
Part 1 of Living Yoga with Shae, a blog series, is designed to dispel myths and misconceptions about the practice of yoga. Yama is sanskrit for “Moral Discipline” , five personal practices that reflect ethical standards and a sense of integrity that we have in the world. This blog post will help you understand how we employ the Yamas both on and off the mat.
I’ve been lying to myself for almost 40 years and I think you are lying to yourself too, everyday about who you are, who you should be, what people think of you. I have started a rebellion within to reclaim my power and rewrite my story, want to play along? You are the artist, the writer of your story, its time to stop lying to yourself. Read on!
Sexy is not a word I would normally use to describe myself, but then whats normal anymore. Let’s give this Sexy thing a facelift and reclaim our power as women. Stop shying away from it. Stop comparing yourself to someone you think is “more” sexy. Be bold, be beautiful, be sexy. And lets not be selfish here, bring it out in the women around you.
Movies, modern television shows, and video games provide dozens of fictional examples of what the world would be like should a Zombie Apocalypse occur, the sad truth though is, I believe it is already here. We are facing a shift in our culture, in our society, our socialization and interpersonal relationships, one that has epidemic proportions on millions of people, We are not in control.