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“You are the sky. Everything else– it’s just the weather.”

-Pema Chodron
Private practice and personalized yoga kits
Just for you!

I am excited to craft a movement and breath sequence to address your wellness goals. I make home/office or virtual visits, where we work together to increase your calm, focus, flow, and resilience in body and mind. In between, I offer my clients hand crafted audios, videos and energy medicine tools. Take a look, try out a sequence, feel your breath deepen, then Contact me for a free session to see if we are a fit!

Serving virtual or in person sessions for greater Seattle area, WA

The Curious Life

I first published a piece of writing in my 5th grade magazine. Then I wrote about recess, now I write about mindfulness, spirituality, joy and sorrow, baking, yoga, and my sweet dog Emma. Check out my blogs here, or enjoy my writing and others on Elephant Journal.

If you are so inclined to support artists and teachers like me who seek a right livelihood, I do appreciate any support on Patreon.

OR, check out my slightly snarky writing on SubStack.

Most recent writings….

Coach Lasso and Buddhist Pema Chodron Agree: Be a Goldfish.

In one of the first episodes of Ted Lasso, Coach Lasso takes aside a despondent player —who just missed a great shot—and says, “Do you know what the happiest animal is?”  The player looks perplexed, “No.”  Coach says, “The goldfish. Wanna know why?” The player stares at him. Coach smiles, “Cuz goldfish have a tenContinue reading “Coach Lasso and Buddhist Pema Chodron Agree: Be a Goldfish.”

A Space of Maybe: Lifting the chokehold of ‘othering’.

We talk now of the word other as a verb; othering–used to define treating people as different or inferior based on personal opinion, belief, or culture.  It is that judgey social media voice that you find everywhere; from cooking blogs to twitter feeds; keeping the narrative all about who is  right and who is wrong, what isContinue reading “A Space of Maybe: Lifting the chokehold of ‘othering’.”

100 minutes.

If we are awake 14-16 hours a day, then hypothetically this means we are getting a healthy 6-8 hours of sleep, then doing the math to really figure out what “I’m too busy, I don’t have time for that” really means in a daily life may be pretty revealing. Are we too busy for wellness?Continue reading “100 minutes.”

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