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Why You Need to Stop Saying “I Should…” ASAP.


Lately I’ve been struck by how often I hear people begin their sentences with “I should…” For example: • I should quit this job. • I should go to bed earlier. • I should cook at home more often. • I should have known better. And of course the perennial (among yoga practitioners) … • I should meditate more often. I have many more examples at my disposal. All…

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Your Life Experience: Flowing or Fragmented?


In the midst of this holiday season, the last thing you probably need from me is another technique to squeeze into your daily practice of self-care, assuming it’s still in place (anyone needs a tune-up? ;). Don’t get me wrong I love techniques, have used them, teach them and still use them to achieve specific physical/mental/emotional states. But a technique-heavy approach to…

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Yoga With Beats! *A Live Music Class*


If you’ve taken my yoga class before you know I never use music. Never have. In the 19+ years I’ve been teaching. Except for a period of 6 months maybe, during which I found music to be distracting to my own concentration. I also found it difficult to find the right music, the right vibe, the right playlist that would harmonize with my teaching…

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A Summer to Declutter! Part 3 (4 Tips to Create Yet More Head Space!)


Here is the last part of my series “A Summer to Declutter!”, that I started earlier this summer. Over the past few weeks we looked at ways to create more space in our head, lighten up, simplify and get stuff done. I am hoping by now you’ve implemented some of my recommendations and are enjoying greater clarity and focus as a…

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A Summer to Declutter! Part 2 (4 Tips to Organize Your To-Do List to Actually Get Stuff Done!)


In my previous post I began tackling the subject of mental clutter and how to open up more space in your mind (for, you know, things like creativity, intuition, bright solutions to come through..) When I came back from vacation early July, feeling nicely unplugged, it occurred to me that there were many things I was doing daily, in my…

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A Summer to Declutter! (i.e. 4 Tips to Create More HEAD Space.)


Summer! The season of abundance, beach fun and berries, rosé for some, popsicles for others, picnics and siestas! Summer invites us to lighten up, as in a lighter diet, schedule, attitude. Perhaps like me you also enjoy getting rid of stuff to open up more space in your living quarters. But there’s another kind of living quarters where all of…

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Is Continuously Striving to “Be Better” Wearing You Down? (+ A Playshop on June 7th!)


Hello pretty. How have you been?? I know, I know it’s been a while (again!) since I last showed up in your inbox. And I am not going to feel bad about it. (A work in progress to be honest…) Striving, Out of a Sense of  “I am not enough-ness” vs. ” I am A-OK-ness” When I first started this blog I intended to post…

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Feeling Stuck? Happy to Give You a Kick in the Butt This Sunday (With Love :)


Hello Sunshine, Could you use a little help to snap out of your wintery self? Are you struggling to get going in the morning, feel enthusiastic about anything and just take action in any part of your life?! Rest assured, it’s not just you. The end of the winter sees a lot of us feeling stuck (from mildly to majorly). Maybe…

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From Grey to Sunny: A Playshop to Help You Revive Yourself Just in Time for Spring!


Beautiful one, Do you sometimes feel like you’re not quite living YOUR life? That you’re more or less on auto-pilot, living a métro-boulot-dodo kinda life, as we say in French (subway-work-sleep)? Of course deep inside you know you could do great things and have a lot of fun in the process. But that natural greatness of yours is buried under a bunch of muscle aches…

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When Relaxing Does More Harm Than Good (+ A New Recording to Help You Chill!)


About 20 years ago I developed a really good habit, thanks to my first and beloved yoga teacher who emphasized to me its importance in relation to stress-relief and ultimately self-actualization. Since then, among all the self-care tools I have learned, that one has been instrumental in keeping me sane. And if you’ve met me, you know I’m pretty sane.…

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