Today is International Day of Yoga and that has me reflecting on all the gifts that yoga has given me over the last few years. Yoga is a practice that I fell into by accident. I didn’t know what it was or the amount of impact it would have on my life in the years
In Houston, we pretty much LIVE for these incredible months of pre-summer weather. Just before the heat really cranks up we get to pretend we live in California and just bask in the beautiful sunny weather. So with that said, when it’s beautiful outdoors (fingers crossed for no thunderstorms), I love to practice yoga outdoors. And this weekend, I have two opportunities to do so: tomorrow at Yoga on the Avenue and Sunday at Mind Tribe’s Vinyasa Tribe. Here are five reasons why I love practicing outdoors and why you might, too!
I get it. We’re all busy and sometimes yoga is the last thing we want to add into our hectic schedule. But take it from me, we need it. Whether you’re a new mom, entrepreneur or corporate gal, trust me you’ll benefit from having some yoga in your life. And don’t worry. I’ve heard all
Music City is usually known for its country twang and as a major bachelorette party destination, but on my most recent visit I decided to explore something new — the yoga scene. Thanks to my husband’s family (and some fun girl’s trips) I’ve been to Nashville quite a few times, and I love it! It’s
I am so lucky to be surrounded by powerful, strong women. I’ve never had a shortage of role models and I am truly inspired by the women in my life every single day. Today is International Women’s Day, it falls on March 8 every year and stands as an opportunity to celebrate women’s accomplishments. In
‘Twas 9 days until Christmas and your shopping still hasn’t started. Sound familiar? I’ve got you covered. This quick and dirty list of top finds for your #FitFam will ensure that everyone on your list is happy and ready to sweat into the New Year. Plus, you can get all of these things under the tree before Santa makes it down the chimney.
If you’ve read my blog or met me in person, you know that I’m a HUGE advocate for practicing yoga to improve athletic performance and prevent injury. That’s why I’m thrilled to offer a Yoga for Runners & Cyclists Workshop at Revolution Studio next month in partnership with my running partner, Frances Kellerman. Here’s what
Just because Houston’s hot, doesn’t mean we don’t like to workout. Just give us some Nuun, our favorite running trails and we’ll sweat it out! If you’re looking to explore the hottest city in the south, Houston’s got you covered with trails, bike paths, parks and plenty of fitness studios. Run Rice University Loop: This
It’s officially been three weeks since I ran the Chevron Houston Marathon. It was a tough day and my body was pretty beat up afterwards due to some lingering injuries (read about that here), so I decided to take some time off. In fact, yesterday was my first run since the race, making it one
I recently completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training, which was a big goal of mine for a long time. My yoga journey began as practicing for exercise, just how I started my running journey. What I’ve come to discover is that doing yoga regularly also helps me mentally. Marathon running, especially the long arduous hours