Category: Wholebeing

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Tiny pinecones, Where’s Waldo and training myself to see

Tiny pinecones, Where’s Waldo and training myself to see

Tiny Pine Cones Often this odd assembly of objects, experiences and ideas begin to swirl around each other in my Alice in Wonderland mind. They seem to group in threes. This recent assembly included the search for tiny pine cones on a morning walk, the Where’s Waldo books and training myself to...

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A floating head and reconnecting my three worlds

A floating head and reconnecting my three worlds

A Floating Head It’s been over 15 years, but I can still recall what I felt like before I started practicing yoga and mindfulness.  At Prasada, we talk a lot about the three worlds within which we live. For me, at that time, my primary mode of navigation and experience of life was through the...

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The answer that’s hiding in plain sight

The answer that’s hiding in plain sight

We are a culture that loves complexity. We like systems and hierarchies, frameworks and logarithms, research and reason. We believe most of our challenges are enormous and intractable, requiring the brainpower of our finest and budgets with more zeros than make sense. It can feel like the problems...

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Functional Movement’s Big 3 Surprises

Functional Movement’s Big 3 Surprises

A Big Anniversary Recently, I celebrated a one year anniversary. It was a personal landmark for me and delivered some very unexpected challenges and surprises along the way. Hitting this mark was something that had been on my mind for over 5 years. I wanted to join CrossFit yet even the idea of...

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A Graceful Transition

A Graceful Transition

Sweater Weather is Here In case you missed the onslaught of pumpkin-spiced lattes talk and you haven’t been outside yet this month, I’m here to share that Fall is officially HERE. Yes, friends, we are in the midst of another seasonal transition, especially felt here in Philadelphia. The Summer...

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A rest, recovery and reset plan

A rest, recovery and reset plan

September. While this month always delivers some of the nicest weather of the year, for me it also possesses some qualities of whiplash. The summer was hot and had an inordinate number of flash floods where I live. I yearned for a few more weeks of the relaxed schedule, the warm days and the...

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An August reset

An August reset

This past week our team has been thinking a lot about how to reset as we roll into August. For many people, this is time for those last few weekends at the shore, a summer vacation or time at a favorite summer place. Our family went to Wellfleet in August and it took me many years to realize the...

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From overwhelmed to reset

From overwhelmed to reset

Feeling overwhelmed Are you feeling overwhelmed with too much to do?  Wishing you had the month of August to be away, at the beach, the mountains, or anywhere else but at your desk? Does it feel too late to make any plans? It is hard not to feel overwhelmed sometimes. I begin to feel I am...

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Lovely L’s and the human performance curve

Lovely L’s and the human performance curve

Recently a friend shared about relocating with her growing young family for the third time in six years. Each time the move had prompted her to make new friends, find new places to teach yoga and set up a new house. While it was not always easy, she had developed the ability to “get comfortable...

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Acupuncture: In 2019 a covered benefit for some IBX plans

Acupuncture: In 2019 a covered benefit for some IBX plans

Hopeful for possibilities I’m always the dreamer and hopeful for possibilities. So often we don’t think things will change, yet we know the only assurance is that things will. The media would like us to believe that things are only getting worse. This week I have a different story to...

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