The word transitions seems to keep coming up for me … maybe because 2017 was a metamorphosis of a year. 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 am so happy to report that I made it through 12-weeks of chemotherapy without being nauseous, having any pain and I continued to teach 2x a week at Huntsman. Read More
Recently after our T’ai Chi class, I was reminded of the 3C words that can cause cancer to our soul. When I use these words, or find myself caught up inside them — I feel less than and separate. The obvious question then is, Why would do any of us choose to repeat these words and/or their actions in our daily lives? Read More
I realized Wednesday after my morning ritual that I was probably one of the few people in the world, who did not know who was elected President of the United States. Read More
Autumn is my favorite time of the year — the cooler weather, the changing of the leaves, and we begin to move from the external, expansive nature of summer to the internal, contractive nature of autumn.