After teaching class today to 20 wonderful souls at Mountain Yoga Sandy, I realized I haven’t written about spring and what it means to me.
This time of year, a lot of us begin to think of what we want to plant in our gardens, contemplating what veggies to grow and the flowers we wish to see bloom. Read More
A couple weeks ago, I was asked to record a 2-minute elevator speech on Tai Chi for the Wellness Center Staff Retreat at Huntsman. Of course, I said “yes,” I was honored, and when opportunities arise to educate and share Tai Chi and Qigong, I do my best to show up. Read More
I have come to the realization that … knowing and experiencing are TWO very DIFFERENT things. Read More
Last June I received an email from Cassidy Doucette, a Nurse Educator at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) and in her final year of DNP school at the University of Utah. Read More
I have to share something about me you may or may not know. It is … that I LOVE making acronyms out of words that mean something to me. Above my wrist, I have a tattoo that has the word, REAL on it, made out of different symbols. Read More
Being is the yin-side within us, the female expression, our intuition. Doing is the yang-side, the action oriented part of ourselves, the masculine expression. As we know, each person has both energies. [Visualize the yin-yang symbol.] Our challenge is to develop both aspects into our lives. Read More