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Reality Movement & Alignment Technique™RMAT 1, 2, 3: Releasing Painful Patterns in the Body

Are you ready to free your body AND your mind?  Come join my son, Andrew and me at DuBose (in Monteagle, Tennessee) for an unforgettable weekend of transformation! We eagerly await your arrival for this upcoming, life-changing venue that will take you places in your own psyche and body you never dreamed possible! If you are serious about life change, this work is for YOU! We

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Falling Into Gratitude

photo credit: Flóra I took what could have been a serious tumble yesterday during my yoga practice . It shook me. It happened when I was attempting a new type of inversion. When my arms buckled I crashed to the ground – fortunately I tucked hard and so took the brunt of the impact across the tops of the shoulders instead of the neck; that

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What I Added to Lose Weight & Restore Health

photo credit: h.koppdelaney I mentioned in my last post that guilt was the first thing I gave up to help me lose weight. But there was also something I added to my daily life that was equally important in the process of transforming my health. I added a practice devoted to aligning with Source every day. I spent years gathering resources for personal healing: yoga,

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Clearing Envy

The other day, A friend was telling me about how she handles feelings of inadequacy when they get triggered in her. She was sharing about being in her yoga class with a woman who is further along in her yoga abilities than my friend is. “I can’t stand to look at her during class because she is so much more flexible than I am. Yeah

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Intention and Surrender Through Yoga

In my daily practice, I’ve been exploring the balance between alignment and surrender … or using the vocabulary of yoga – between tadasana (mountain pose) and shivaysana (corpse pose). In my opinion, these two asanas are the two most important postures of all! Tadasana is generally the first asana taught in beginners yoga. It is standing, feet parallel and hip distance apart, with knees and

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