I have some WonderFULL news for my yoginis out there!
Nope–that’s not a typo. That is the name of my upcoming retreat, and my hope for all who attend this Women’s Retreat for Full Moon Radiance.
It’s happening October 27-29, 2023 at the spectacular Retreat Ranch in Marble Falls, Texas.
I’m over the moon excited about this!
This weekend retreat is your chance to pause, have some fun, refresh your spirit, and pamper your soul. Beneath October's full moon and surrounded by the beauty of the Texas Hill Country, we will tune into the rhythms of nature with yoga, meditation, labyrinth, and play. Our own personal chef is creating a custom menu for full bellies and nourished bodies. Relaxing wading pools, nature trails, and glamping at its finest makes this retreat a one-of-a-kind experience to remind you just how radiant you are!
Earlier this year, Angela and I went all over the Hill Country seeking out the BEST...
There are countless benefits to taking a yoga vacation with an experienced teacher you know and love to a place that is heaven on earth. Here are my five favorites:
We each carry around several identities. We wear them in layers around our True Self. They are the labels of our life, like mother, director, husband, employee, caretaker, and leader. Each label carries with it its own responsibilities and obligations. When you go on a retreat...they all go away. You get to be the person you were before you got married, before you had kids, before your time became swallowed up with adulthood. You get to remember who YOU are, with no strings attached.
There are “vacations” there are “trips,”and there are “oblications.” They are all different degrees of fun, and they get you out of normal day-to-day activity. But afterward, you often need to recover! Rest after a...
If you've been a student of mine for any length of time, I'm sure you've heard me quote my dad. And though he passed away 18 years ago, his voice still advises me in my head.
One of my favorites came to mind today, and that is how he sometimes made decisions about what he should do at any given time based on what he would think about in the "rest home." I don't know how p.c. it is to say "rest home," but that's what he called it. (Also "old folks home," if you prefer.)
For example, when advising me on who to marry, he suggested I marry someone I'd want to still talk to in my "rest home rocking chair." Or should I spend money on a certain extravagance? Well, what do you want to count in the rest home, money or memories?
Experiences were always important and worth it, in my dad's opinion. Worth the time, the money, the risk, and the effort. This guiding principle has pushed me out of my comfort zone to go for it so many times, and...