Out of the hospital and straight into hospice. During her five-day stay, she was treated for a liver biopsy, bleeding in her abdominal cavity, and a pulmonary embolism (blockage of an artery in the lung caused by blood clots), which…
It is my passion to support people in recognizing their light and stepping into bold possibility. This light is already within each of us, but sometimes it dims and we forget how bright we can be. I incorporate the tools of yoga to shed the layers of limiting beliefs and uncover who we truly are. When we awaken to our true selves, our energy and light have the ripple effect to positively impact the lives of everyone we touch. I coach students to discover their authentic voice and lead through their core values—mine are humour, wisdom and flexibility, in that order.
As the director of mindful performance at lululemon athletica, it is my responsiblity to set the overall vision, strategy, and direction of the mindful performance initiatives and experiences. I am the creator and lead teacher of mind.ful.on, lululemon’s 200hr yoga leadership teacher training. I am also a Vedic Educator for the Chopra Center, leading events and retreats with them globally, as well as one of the featured online teachers for JIYO and Gaia Yoga.
My journey with the practice of yoga and meditation began in 2000 when my career as a professional dancer and singer came to a close. I have completed teacher trainings with the Spokane Yoga Shala (200hr), Ashtanga Yoga with Tim Miller (100hr), Yin Yoga, Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga (200hr), Primordial Sound Meditation and Perfect Health (Ayurveda) at the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, and the American Yoga Academy (500hr). I am originally from Los Angeles but currently live in Vancouver, BC with my husband and two children.
When your thoughts, words, and actions are in alignment, you are living you life's purpose.
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NY Times Best Selling Author & World-Renowned Speaker / Alternative Medicine & Mind-Body Healing
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Jan 07 2015
Remember when I mentioned I let go of the role of irritated daughter and embraced compassionate caregiver? Well, I reversed the roles again.
There is a Japanese expression called “wagamama”, meaning spoiled brat, which is what I will use to call…
Dec 16 2014