self-compassion

Each year at this time of year I try to do this little exercise: Thanksgiving ABC’s, where I list something that starts with each letter of the alphabet that I am grateful for. Here’s my list for 2020. It indicates things I have learned or been impacted by or had my heart touched by. And…

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Just giving you a head’s up that I’m offering a lovely online course for Women of Color who want to create some caring space for their hearts and souls during this really upsetting and challenging world we’re living in. If this sounds like you, please read on! The Before and After of taking my ‘Hot…

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Inviting you to a special webinar If you are a Woman of Color, please join me on Monday, October 19, from 4:45 to 5:15 PM for a ‘De-stress with your Breath’ webinar. I’ll be sharing five different breath practices to help with different stressors you may be encountering at this time… The stress of anger,…

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Just wanted to let you know about my newest FREE offering… These are certainly crazy and painful times and it’s hard to know where and how to get some support for all the feelings we are experiencing. Now, more than ever, as so many “pandemics“ have conflagrated into a huge fire storm (literally and figuratively)…

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It’s easy to forget… “It’s depressing.” “It feels like we’re on Mars. Then the news said it’s more like Venus.” “Just when you think things couldn’t get any worse… And then they do.” “I got sick this week – I don’t know if it’s a cold, stress or Covid.“… “I can’t tell if it’s night…

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Been in a funk lately… So you haven’t heard much from me lately – maybe you’ve noticed? I think I’ve been in a bit of a funk as of late. And I notice it’s just starting to lift. Today. Not that I am overjoyed and exuberant about life. But I’m beginning to have some words…

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Hi There! Just sharing a short video of a short calming practice that might be useful to you when you feel your anxiety creeping up and you notice you’re feeling upset. I’ve shared this practice a lot with couples who are feeling tense and near the edge, (or over the edge!) of an argument. The…

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