I know it’s still snowing up north, but believe it or not, we are right smack dab in the middle of a seasonal change (especially here in Florida). We’re moving from winter to spring and in terms of Ayurveda, that means moving from Vata Season to Kapha Season. Say goodbye to the random bouts of … Continue reading Spring is Upon Us: How to Combat the Negative Effects of Seasonal Change.
I'm am loving the way that my yoga teacher training program is directing positive changes in my life already. I've completed one full weekend so far, and have been engaging in regular practice everyday, either through classes or personal practice at home. I've never been the type of person to practice everyday, and it's truly … Continue reading Yoga Teacher Training: Positive Changes To The Self.
Well, it's finally July, and that means that my Yoga Teacher Training begins this up coming weekend. I am beyond excited 🙂 During my training, I have to take a minimum of 40 yoga classes at the studio, in addition to the weekend training sessions. So I decided to get started this week. Unfortunately, due … Continue reading My Yoga Teacher Training is About to Begin
So, it's only been, ummmm, about five days since I started working on bettering my sleep... but I have already noticed some changes, so I thought I'd post my results early (plus, I'm doubtful that I'll be able to keep up with everything through the weekend, heh). Both Monday and Tuesday night I was able … Continue reading Sleep Tracking Update: Working Toward Better Sleep
I've been tracking my sleep with an UP by Jawbone for the past several weeks now, and I've noticed a few trends... I typically get between 7.5 and 8.5 hours of sleep, my sound sleep vs. light sleep is usually 4.5 vs 3.5, and I'm still waking up tired. So, I want to do an … Continue reading Sleep Tracking with UP: Improving the quality of your Sleep
My savage race training and work out routines have been... Inconsistent at best. It's hard to get into training for something that's so far away... even when it's something you're really excited about. I think my husband and I managed to work out three full days one week. Otherwise, everything else has been pretty scattered … Continue reading Working Out Consistently is Hard: When Follow Through Is A Major Issue
Are We Really Going To Run a Savage Race? Really?... Yes We Are. My husband and I have decided to run a savage race later this year in October. It's a seven mile race with around about 25 obstacles including mud pits, ice water swims, rope climbs, rock climbing and more. It seems like it's … Continue reading Savage Race: Let the Training Commence