“Know you are enough.”
As I open up to the first page of “Yoga for Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom” by Colleen Saidman Yee, my attention is … Read More
A rip current is a fast-moving, narrow channel of water that can move either along or away from a shoreline, threatening any swimmer in its path. Most swimmers caught up … Read More
“What is our credo?”
“What do we value?”
“How are we living out our purpose?”
These are common questions asked at the weekly manager meeting for Hot 8 Yoga, a … Read More
The world turns its attention each year to Louisville, Kentucky, during the first Saturday in May for the running of the famous Kentucky Derby, one of the most-watched sporting events in … Read More
“This is it. I don’t think we can look anywhere else. Nothing else is going to beat it,” said Lauren Farina to her sister, Kelly Carter, as they walked past … Read More
Warren Buffet was speaking to a college class at Columbia Business School when a student stood up and asked the simple question, “What can I do to better prepare for … Read More
Bethany Lyons had suited up for a long rehearsal day with a small ballet company she was dancing for in New York City.
Donned in ballet regalia, what she deemed … Read More
“Maria, I am scared out of my mind that people won’t want to work for me because the good yogis are going to think I’m not authentic since I’m coming … Read More
What would your life look like if you could do anything?
Where would you go? What would you be doing? Who would be involved? Sitting together at their home in … Read More
A movement of kindness has spread through the state of Colorado and has no plans of stopping.
Kind (adjective) Having or showing a friendly, generous, and considerate nature.
You know … Read More
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