Brief Thoughts on the Current Status of America

I don’t think I’m allowed To kill something Because I am frightened.   I am pro-Black Lives Matter. I’m also pro-police. I’m also pro-let’s stop fucking killing each other.   And then there’s this, possibly the best explanation on the Black Lives Matter versus All Lives Matter movement I’ve encountered yet: “In Florida, panthers are

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

An Open Letter to Human Beings Everywhere, in the Wake of Tragedy.

This past week has been a tough one for our country–one of the toughest yet. We experienced one of the largest mass shootings in our nation’s history, multiple other smaller shootings no less filled with hate, and the unexpected and gruesome death of a child. Whenever something horrific happens, we have this instinctive urge to

Loving What Is By Loving What’s Come Before.

I can’t say this better, so I won’t. The details of childhood experiences aren’t mine, but the imprints are the same. The triggers are different, but the struggles are universal. “I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’m broken. Not in a sad way, just in an it-is-what-it-is kind of way. Life happened and

Dropping Labels and Breaking Down the Walls of Separation.

Last weekend during my trip to Yogaville, we discussed the human tendency to label the world around us. One of my teachers, Lisa, shared a really powerful quote By David Life with us that went something along the lines of, “the minute you identify with separation, you’ve created not just a heaven, but also a