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I am sitting here writing this blog post less than 2-weeks away from my move to Chicago to pursue Naturopathic Medical School and I'm filled with a roller coaster of emotions. As with any big life change, I'm experiencing a bit of nervousness but mostly excitement....

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Admittedly, I have been a bit critical of the complementary and integrative health profession as of the last year. With much research and a lot of inner deliberation and back and forth,  I am now proposing a middle-ground that is both supportive of science and the...

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Before getting into the finer points of this practice, I want to clearly articulate and define just what we are doing when we practice ‘being with what is’.

Often when conversations around mindfulness, introspection, and subjective human experience occur, the conversations tend to...

September 27, 2018

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One of my biggest joys as a yoga therapist is to see the slow transformation that inevitably begins to occur when my clients begin integrating individualized self-care tools into their life.

By no means is this process a glamorous one or a cure-all but with persistence and dedication, mean...

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For a while now, I have been quite hesitant to write this blog post as I have met some amazing people doing the work that I do and being apart of the holistic health community--in part, I was thinking, "Maybe I shouldn't rock the boat and just let people do what they want." As people of my ge...

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Creating health in the midst of living with a chronic health condition has become a recent exploration for me within the last year.

After completing my graduate education and clinical training in January of 2017, I became very ill and was diagnosed with Adrenal Insufficiency (AI)...

In Part I of this series, I defined yoga and what the role of a yoga teacher is. If you haven't had a chance to read that first, I suggest you do so--here is the link

In this blog post, part II, I will more clearly differentiate yoga and yoga therapy.

The International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT), the governing bo...

In the somewhat confusing maze that is the holistic health & integrative health/medicine communities, it is becoming more important to adequately define the roles of the practitioners within this greater community.

Before discussing the key distinctions between yoga and yoga therapy, it is important that we first define yoga...

January 3, 2018

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As you all know, New Years resolutions are in full swing. 

Many of us have amazing intentions to improve our health, improve our way of living, improve our relationships, etcetera; but 2-3 weeks into committing to these resolutions we quit. 

Why? Well, the truth is...cha...

I am not a complete yoga practitioner due to my tendency for vertigo.  So when I found Steven Ingram’s yin yoga class, it was perfect.  At age 73 I was in good shape but wanted to stay flexible which meant safe, cautious stretching.  The instructions were at the right pace, geared to where we all in the class were coming fr...

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