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B Free Empowerment Retreat Cape Cod

If you are looking to create a path to personal freedom, inspire change in your life, become empowered, let go of fear all together and have fun while doing it- this retreat is for you! 8am- 5pm A full day of movement, joy, dynamic speakers, yoga, pound, meditation, dance parties, creative workshops, nature walks, and […]

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Leadership Learning Journey

I’ve been doing a learning jamboree around Cape Cod this Winter. The course is about leadership and my community. Today I had to give my 2 minute speech on leadership. I read this the other night in savasana at the Bikram studio. Today I did it in front of some pretty amazing people that I […]

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Facebook Challenge: Ten Years of Growing

Facebook profile picture aging challenge. It’s always good to reflect on the journey of growing.

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Yoga Tools

This is the first lesson I teach everyone when they come to yoga class: Look at your own eyes in the mirror. Simple, but not easy.   Toes and heels touching. Look at yourself in the mirror.  Lift your chin up. Relax your shoulders. Stomach in. Spine straight. Look back into your own eyes. Don’t […]

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10 Tips for Surviving the Back to School Transition

    1. Buy 75 water bottles and 1,230 pairs of mittens. You will still end up with 10 non matched mittens and zero water bottles by March. 2. Stop complaining about school supplies School budgets have no room to buy the amount of crayons that can be needed for fun learning. We all have […]

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Why I Keep Sharing The Story Of My Rape

Trigger warning: Sexual assault. At 13 years old, I was the silliest, chubbiest tomboy. I excelled at sports, friendship, and having a unibrow. I was awkward, but to be fair, it helped me to develop my kind, fun-loving personality. Boys weren’t lining up at my locker. Okay, actually, they were. They lined up to ask […]

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The Light: Tales of Self Discovery

What are the two most powerful words in the English language? I am. Because what comes after “I am” will shape your life. What you believe after I am, you will become. So I sat down and tried to make a list of who I was. Not who the world thought I was. Not Wife, […]

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