Bhav Brigade: A Year in Review.

This past month our pop-up yoga collective, The Bhav Brigade had its first birthday. In true Bhav fashion, we celebrated with donation-based all-levels yoga under the bright hot beating sun and a big fat dose of giving back. Danielle, Megan & I co-taught a class on expansion beyond the places we feel stuck and all proceeds

The Week of Everything.

I haven’t been writing much lately, because the requirement for living this week hasn’t left space for anything else.  I spent the weekend at Swami Satchidananda’s Ashram in Yogaville with my teacher Logan’s teacher Lisa. I’ve been missing Logan so much since she left for California and felt so much of her with us this weekend. Logan

Finding a Home in the Yoga Community of Hampton Roads: Norfolk Yoga Culture

Three years ago when I moved to Norfolk, I visited all the local yoga studios within a three-mile radius of my new apartment in Ghent. Having moved every year for about the last decade, I was in search of a home. When I say home, I mean the feeling you get when you walk in

Bring Your Whole Self to the Party.

Tell us your tales but don’t leave out the heartbreak because we suffer it too. Everyone wants to know that they are not alone. Everyone wants to know that something, someone or some energy is out there waiting to receive them exactly as they are. You have this ability with you now. I suggest that

Celebrate Everyday: The NEON Festival

The months of hard work of hundreds of individuals from various artistic and non-artistic backgrounds has finally culminated over the past few days in the long-awaited NEON Festival. NEON stands for “New Energy of Norfolk” and new energy it certainly is. The NEON movement has taken what was previously an underutilized part of the city

Yoga Meets Street Art in the NEON District

Over the past few months, the public art committee of the new NEON (New Energy of Norfolk) District has led an initiative bringing national and local artists together to create collaborative large scale public art projects around the city. As an ode to the incredible work of art this city has become, I thought it would