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June Newsletter: Fire

Hi friends, welcome to June! It’s hard to believe but my littlest, Matias, is almost 2! From a sweet, quiet, almost fragile little baby, he’s become an active, curious, and incredibly strong-willed toddler….our very own Bam-Bam:) This boy does not back away from anything once he’s decided it’s what he wants, and I find it […]

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May Newsletter: Holding Space

Hi friends, welcome to May! This month, our yoga teacher trainees are completing their last requirements before graduation. Over the past 12 weeks, they have studied the physical anatomy and energetic qualities of a wide range of yoga poses, learned about intentional sequencing and structuring well-rounded classes, and practiced using efficient yet supportive verbal cues […]

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Why Pods?

Aside from the fact that the words cohort, group, hive, pack, or flock didn’t seem quite right, I landed on Yoga Pods for our new offering because this particular term has special meaning for me. For as long as I can remember, my sisters and I have considered ourselves 3 peas in a pod, and […]

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April Newsletter: Beginner’s Mind

“A child’s world is fresh and new and beautiful, full of wonder and excitement. It is our misfortune that for most of us that clear-eyed vision, that true instinct for what is beautiful and awe-inspiring, is dimmed and even lost before we reach adulthood. If I had influence with the good fairy who is supposed […]

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March Newsletter: You don’t have to feel happy

“Patience isn’t waiting or being static but moving in harmony with the speed of nature and what life is presenting to you.” – Gabrielle Harris Hi friends, welcome to March. Spring is right around the corner, but it seems that my backyard missed the memo. Everywhere I look, I see ugly brown grass, wilted succulents, […]

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December Newsletter: Introducing Yogaleena School

Hi friends , welcome to December! One of the most fun things I’ve been spending time on lately is setting up scavenger hunts for Lucas. Every Saturday, I hide little paper clues all over the house, and then sit back and enjoy the show as he figures each one out, runs towards the next clue shrieking with excitement, and finally discovers […]

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Take the Challenge!

“When you focus on the goodness in life, you create more of it. Being grateful all the time isn’t easy. But it’s when you least feel thankful that you are most in need of what gratitude can give you: PERSPECTIVE.” -Oprah Winfrey Hi friends, hope you’re well! Last week, during a juicy discussion on the Niyamas with my Yoga Immersion & […]

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October: The Waiting Place

Hi friends, welcome to October. A few nights ago, I had to read Lucas one of his favorite books – Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss – for about the 500th time! If you’re familiar with the book, you’ll recognize the part below, which resonated with me on a completely different level this time around: […]

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Chile

Although it’s been about 29 years since my family moved from Chile to the US, I confess a piece of my heart remains there…and probably always will. As I celebrate Chilean Independence Day from a distance today (September 18), I thought I’d share a few reasons why this  long, skinny, beautiful country rocks my world! […]

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September Newsletter: Trust

Hi friends, welcome to September. Dave and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary this past weekend with a quick getaway. It was so nice to spend time together, share a special bottle of wine, and actually take the time to reflect on our journey thus far. As we chatted, it occurred to me that while our dating years were spent […]

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