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My top Resources for Health, Wellness and Fitness

Monday, August 8th, 2016

I tend to think of myself as a scientist with my body and my life as an experimental lab. I am very passionate about wellness and really love to explore different ideas and concepts.  I read and listen to interviews related to well-being, health, yoga and fitness daily.  If a concept resonates with me I tend to experiment with it […]

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Food, Sex and Rock’n’Roll – Not your Average Weight Guide Loss – Part I –

Friday, August 5th, 2016

People never change. The transformation is simply bringing what’s already inside up to the surface. I courageously faced the unknown allowing myself to continue to grow and evolve. I followed my inspiration and allowed positive changes to happen. Often I stepped back into what was more familiar, my ‘other’ not so constructive state. Every time the comeback became easier. Choosing the discomfort of the unknown, inspired, unique, and finally, totally breaking out of my shallow shell is the only way to evolve. The feeling of a new part of myself emerging and coming forward was awesome. Choice, I had a choice! A choice to living dead, die young or change and embark on a new trip.

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Regenexx Stem Cell ACL Procedure Review

Friday, August 5th, 2016

My skiing accident has been quite a trip so far. The most valuable lesson learned is to listen to my own inner voice and to be guided by intuition. In that light, I invite you to think of yourself as a scientist and an explorer, to gravitate towards non-traditional and nurture your intellect to think outside of the box. If you injured, consider all possibilities of healing. Learn, listen, tune-in with your inner voice to make a decision from that place vs. listening to others including your doctors.

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Summer Fun with Mango, Berries and Smoothies

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

he best smoothies are nutrient-dense, providing lots of fiber, oils and vitamins necessary for good nutrition. Simply blending a banana with ice and milk does not make a good smoothie…You can be very creative with smoothies by trying different varieties of fruits, veggies and nuts.

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Five simple ways to break your fast – easy breakfast

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

I tend to think of myself a s a scientist and my body as an experimental lab. I am very passionate about wellness and really love to explore different ideas and concepts.  I read and listen to interviews related to well-being, health and fitness daily. If a concept resonates with me I tend to experiment with it for a while […]

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Top 5 Life-changing Ideas on how to go with your Flow.

Friday, July 13th, 2012

Remember – nobody can hurt you but yourself. Suffering is a choice!

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So Vegan Rice N’ Beans

Saturday, May 26th, 2012

  This is my creation which is based on the popular New Orleans rice and red beans.This beloved dish is said to have originated with African-American cooks on Louisiana plantations. It was often made on Mondays (laundry day) because the one-pot meal could be seasoned with Sunday’s ham bone and left to simmer for hours. […]

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Vegan Avo Chickpea Wrap

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

I did my yoga practice & went for a rejuvenating morning run. I was really craving carbohydrates and didn’t want to eat too much. I already made chickpeas yesterday (by simply soaking it for 4 hours and boiling for half an hour). Chickpeas are a helpful source of zinc, folate and protein. They are also […]

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Fear

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Recently I’ve read an article by Jeff Wise “How extreme fear stopped time”. I found it fascinating… Interestingly, I had thoughts on fear when I was running through the park a few days ago. I thought – what would it be to free of fear? Based on my understanding of the yoga philosophy (Yoga Sutra […]

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Thoughts on practice

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

Sa tu dirgha-kala-nairantarya-satkarasevito drdha-bhumih — Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras I.14 Practice becomes firmly established when it has been cultivated uninterruptedly and with devotion for prolonged period of time. I’ve been practicing yoga for about 8 years with 2 years of intense schooling & a bit over a year teaching. I thrive to cultivate patience & self […]

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