Did you know that "multitasking" is a myth? When we think we're multitasking, we're actually just stressing out our brains by switching back and forth very quickly between tasks...and this makes us slower.Read More
Did you do it? Go ahead, we'll wait... While you're at it, why not turn your head to the left and to the right, then tip your chin down and roll over to one should and then the other... or just check in with how you're feeling and do any stretch or movement that feels good right now.Read More
This is a practice-- even though it takes just a few seconds. Feel your breath as it comes in. Where do you feel it? Feel the breath as it goes out. After taking three breaths with full awareness, do you feel any differently? How so?Read More
What would happen if I sourced my relationships, my teachings, my therapy practice, my creative expressions from this Periodic Table of Spiritual Elements throughout the entire year? In other words, one or more of these elements are part of anything that comes through me into the world…consciously, on purpose, and as pure as I can manage it.Read More
Sitting meditation is the heart of many people’s practice of mindfulness. There are, of course, many ways to practice mindful awareness (and the Studio offers a variety of ways-- practices in nature, with movement and creativity, mindful relating, and more). This piece is intended to give a brief introduction to mindfulness meditation.Read More
When we spend a mindful, timeless day at the beach or in the woods, we somehow feel more energized, open and refreshed…because in this space, a part of us remembers all that we have forgotten. and a sense of belonging, peace, and inspiration arises.
I’ve just returned from sittin’-in-the-waves, a meditation practice that came to me out of nowhere a little over a year ago. Different from surfing, swimming or boogie-boarding, this practice is focused on being rather than doing in the water.Read More