Rasa Raw-nola (Raw Granola)

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This is one version of my favorite stuff EVER: Raw Granola.  Raw-nola is a breeze to make and I love using buckwheat because it give such a wonderful crunch like cooked granola! Dates are low glycemic and high in iron. They are also incredibly nourishing for the body, hence why I call it RASA-nola.  In […]

Easy Raw Cashew Yogurt

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When I first transitioned to a vegan diet I was a little sad about yogurt.  I knew I could buy coconut, almond and soy yogurts, and they are good, but there is something about a thick, tangy greek style yogurt that these didn’t match up to.  And since I am on a mission to eat […]

Lymphatic System Part I: Dry Brushing

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This article was featured on YOGINIOLOGY, a beautiful online presence created by Julie Schoen that connects, supports, inspires and encourages women. In my clinical practice and in my personal life I have become more and more obsessed with the Lymphatic System. I have begun to see it, along with the cardiovascular system, as the first […]

Lean into the Mystery

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As we approach the new year, a time of many resolutions, many begin the quest to fix ourselves.  We are always trying to find the right answer.  The right spirituality, the right diet, the right relationship, the right way to just be in this world and the right way to get our shit together.  We […]

Wild Mother

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I have been known by many names Long ago, I was named ether, space, the great dark womb, for I hold space for all to come. I have been called the wind, as I press, and sweep and swirl and leap.  With every breath, and movement, I am the inspiration and expiration, I move without […]

Yoga Fundamentalism…

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I have recently been inspired by the idea of fundamentalism in my practice. From Starbucks cups and religious ideals, to political agendas, and even to yoga—when we become fundamentalist in our ideas, we wear blinders. We become rigid. We are righteous. We think nothing changes, or that our individual experiences somehow apply to everyone. For […]