Change is inevitable and I embrace this change. Onwards to bigger things that I could not achieve alone. This is Stega!
A story that weaves crayons, coffee, divorces, yoga, travel and boxing. For today’s post my best friend and I decided to get a little personal and share a bit about ourselves as we embark on our co-created project, Stega: A Perfect Union.
Every success and failure, every person who lends a hand and everyone who chooses not to, and most importantly, how we react to each instance is all part of the story.
The first time I practiced Acro yoga was last year this time with Claudine and Honza Lafond of Yoga Beyond during the Inspirational Getaway hosted in Santa Monica, CA. Since then I wanted to get back and practice with someone I trusted. As I was the base for my friend Ellina I was in control… Continue reading Fundamentals of Acro Yoga: Breath, Trust and Letting Go
Ok, yes, I know, I rolled my eyes at the sound of that as well. What’s pizza without the dough. I know it sounds a bit ridiculous to have “carb-free” pizza, but why not give it a try? We did and loved it. My friend who is eating healthier and clean before his Greece trip… Continue reading Eating Clean: Carb Free Eggplant Pizza
What is for dinner?
When my friend told me she has a mean quinoa recipe with feta and olives, I knew we had to get together and have some fun. Since we couldn’t just eat a salad on it’s own, we went ahead and made some fish too. But, I’ll hold that recipe for next week. You can see… Continue reading Eating Clean: Greek Inspired Quinoa Salad
I don’t have many memories from my early childhood, but the singing and dancing as my mom would drive me to the mall or our family trips to Palm Springs are deeply engrained in my memory. I remember my family’s brown Buick in the mid 80s. It was a simple car but what went on inside was not. A family car isn’t… Continue reading This Is NOT Your Daddy’s Buick
This week I told myself I’m going to give myself a little break from creating content. I wanted to not be in front of the camera and just focus on my yoga trainings with Manouso Manos and Maty Ezraty. This is why I’ve been featuring other great practitioners on my Instagram page. Then leaving… Continue reading Headstand and Backflips at the Griffith Observatory
Most yoga studios which function in the U.S. are considered “for-profit” businesses. It is however refreshing to see that certain studios make yearly efforts to give back and raise awareness of issues that are vital for a safer, inclusive and diverse communities around this country.