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How to Welcome Unpleasant Guests

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.” During the holidays many visitors come and go. Some we may wish could stay longer, others may leave us feeling heartbroken they didn't show up, and there may be others that we wish had never arrived. How do we deal with a mix of pleasant and unpleasant visitors? The core teachings of iRest® and other mindfulness practices would have us welcome them all. They are there so why not welcome them? When we do not accept life as it is, or ourselves as we are, or when we wish our experience to be other than it is we fight with reality. And when we fight with realit

iRest®, a Yoga Jackpot!

Despite having more than 800 hours of yoga teacher training, I have struggled to find my voice as a teacher to authentically share the ancient teachings that have taught me so much about navigating the ups, downs and in-betweens of life. I love learning and looking at where these teachings intersect and overlap in related and seemingly unrelated content. Most striking to me is the way the ancient yogic teachings align with contemporary psychology and neuroscience. Meditation does change the brain! Yoga does change the body! Together they can help decrease chronic pain and anxiety and improve sleep and overall health and wellbeing. I get excited about this. But the question remained, how do I

Holiday Self-Care Tips

"An empty lantern provides no light. Self-care is the fuel that allows your light to shine brightly” With the holiday season here, I’d like to share these self-care tips with you to support a sense of ease and joy in your body and mind. 5 Self-Care Tips That Take Less than 5 Minutes Stay hydrated. Balance out the eggnog, mulled wine, and mistletoe martinis this holiday season with plenty of pure, clean water The American Water Works Association ranked Bozeman as having the third best-tasting tap water in North America, and the best in the State of Montana! Read more. Chant OM. The vibrations from chanting OM stimulate the vagus nerve, which then sends out neurotransmitters and electrical sig

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