I spent my weekend with a terrific group of ladies at East to West Yoga and Pilates. Six of us have been working through a certification together. In this time, we have discussed our bodies and our minds. The aches and pains - both physical and mental - that we live with on a daily … Continue reading Grateful
Laurent de Brunhoff, the son of Babar creator Jean de Brunhoff, wrote BABAR’S YOGA for Elephants. Originally published in 2002, the book provides step-by step instructions on yoga asanas (poses) and shows how yoga can be used in daily life and travels. Using Babar to show various poses breaks the western stereotype that you must … Continue reading Yoga for Elephants
I spend my day going in circles. I am behind the wheel of a car multiple times a day shuffling between work locations, my daughter’s school and her activities. Now, this can be spent in a positive state or hinge on the edge of road rage. I try to stay cool and collected but a … Continue reading Road Block Ahead
Most people are struggling to stay happy and are constantly seeking the elusive balanced life. Often, we think that doing more and having more is the answer to happiness. We don’t want to deprive ourselves of experiences so we add another appointment. An extra t-shirt will make the wardrobe more diversified although the closet fuller. … Continue reading Gawk! Late.
Sprouting Balance is about a willingness to adapt and change when needed. You may have noticed that I have changed the title of this blog series. When I started posting, I loved the idea of Blog Love Friday to share thoughtful articles from sources (i.e. BLOGS) that you might not be aware of. What I … Continue reading PROPS!
The school year is coming to an end and students will be cleaning out their desks and coming home with piles of artwork and a diorama that was (thankfully) on display. Now what to do with it all? My daughter is four so we haven’t started with the big school projects but we have plenty … Continue reading Storing Children’s Artwork
Sunday marks the first day of summer and the longest day of the year above the equator. The summer solstice has been celebrated for its symbolic importance since ancient times. Toronto will be getting their OM on in the Distillery District with the OmT.O. yogic celebration. I hope to drop in at some point, with … Continue reading Blog Love Friday! 2015 June 19