Morning Rituals

  In the Ayruvedic Tradition, it is recommended to start one's day with a morning ritual.  These rituals can aid in firing up digestion, bringing about a feeling of groundedness and are overall balancing.  After attending a mini workshop on Ayurvedic Morning Rituals, I made a commitment to  myself to begin more of a routine … Continue reading Morning Rituals

Sabbath Moments

Recently in our final days of onsite training for Urban Zen at Wexner Heritage Village, the Rabbi Cary Kozberg joined us to deliver a most inspiring maybe even, life changing speech.  He commented that Urban Zen offers people "Sabbath moments" in their daily busy, stressful lives.  He spoke about the Sabbath as a time to … Continue reading Sabbath Moments

Living with Intention

I've really missed being here!  I hope this finds you and yours well!  This past summer I set an intention to spend quality time with my kids and I did just that.  We had a wonderful summer together!  My kids for the most part got along.   We didn't go on any extravagant vacations, we … Continue reading Living with Intention

Disconnecting to Connect

A Heart of Love made by Gail Spirit Sky     It is etiquette to turn off your cell phone upon entering a yoga studio.  This practice helps us to drop into the present moment and tune into our breath, sensations and the community in the room.  I've taken this practice off the mat and … Continue reading Disconnecting to Connect

Inhale, Exhale, Pause

Filling up, emptying, stillness.  Taking in, letting go, bliss.  This powerful breath practice has fostered me through many moments of restlessness and anxiety.  This time of year can be difficult for me and when it is time to go to sleep even though, I'm sleepy, my mind starts to race.  I turn to this breath … Continue reading Inhale, Exhale, Pause