Have you ever wished you could walk away from all: the chaos, the expectations, the obligation?

Sink into what feels good and get back to your body's basic needs? 

You’re not alone ...








we are living in an era where

our daily demands exceed our capacity 

. . . And as a result, most people feel as though something is missing from life, or that it's passing them by all together.



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omg for real

 yup! Tell me if this sounds familiar

 You know something's "off", but you haven't taken the time to acknowledge what's really going on.

 Life is just too busy, too short, too rushed and anyway, it's not like you're seriously ill . . . RIGHT? 

but let's be honest



Not 100%.

Not excited about life.

Not good in your body.

Not like how you want to feel - if you're being honest.


full disclosure 


This was my reality day in and day out

The truth was, I had no idea how I wanted to feel, but it was enough to know "just not like this." What I didn't know was that there were a myriad of health concerns hiding behind my general malaise.


here's what changed

I pushed pause on the endless marathon I was running 

Slowed down my pace and tuned into my natural rhythm. I started doing things mindfully and gently began to shift my thoughts. 

I came to understand that the relationship we have with ourselves is the most important one we've got.

We already have everything we need to live a full life and it exists in each and every one of us

Life doesn’t have to be a battle. It shouldn’t be a battle.

If we are in a constant state of flux or disengagement, or fighting against our own will, then we are truly condemning ourselves to a life of hardship. 

I adopted the understanding that we create our own reality and that life is full of spectacular choices, should we choose to see and feel them.

I began to attune myself to practices that helped me gain a better understanding of what worked best for my body, my mind, and my soul.


nothing is perfect


we are here to play and observe and experiment and discover. having fun in the process is what makes it memorable.