The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health is an incredibly special place to me. It’s where I did my 200-hour yoga certification, where I made some life-long friends, and where I found a new little piece of myself as a teacher.
And now I’m beyond honored to be teaching a workshop there! It’s called Embrace Your Weird: Yoga, meditation, and writing to manage anxiety. Join me in Lennox, Massachusetts, March 30 – April 1st for a weekend of creativity, connection, and fun. We’ll play with writing exercises and we’ll practice some yoga. We’ll talk about tangible ways to understand your inner critic, increase compassion for yourself and others, and access the joy within that often feels smothered by stress. Continue reading
I’ll be at Glen Oaks College in Centreville, Michigan this Thursday!
I’ll be speaking about my new book Not Just Me, talking about leaving L.A., writing, mental health, yoga and whatever else might be on my mind that day. I’ll be signing books and attempting small talk, so come hang out and let’s be awkward together!
For more information, click here.
Join me for a Writing & Wellness Yoga Retreat at the Art of Living Retreat Center in Boone, N.C. Nov. 2 – 5th, 2017!
I did a keynote speech at The Lady Project Summit recently and Avery and Erica made a meme of it. Which flatters me beyond belief. I LOVE being a meme.
It captures something that I said during the Q&A section of my talk when a woman in the audience asked me about finding balance. Dozens of heads around her nodded as if they were equally baffled by this idea of how to have a balanced life while still having clean clothes, a side-hustle, fulfilling relationships and a strong core.
Like many people, I have a hard time saying no. There are a million prettier ways to say this, but the reason I struggle to say no comes down to one thing: Continue reading
Hey Northern Virginia/DC people!
I’ll be doing a public event tomorrow night and I’d love to see you there!
May 10th, 7 pm to 9 pm in Clifton, VA. And I heard there might even be wine… Continue reading
I am super excited about this writing workshop coming up on March 4th in Charlottesville, VA! It is open to experienced writers and newbies alike.
We’ll be talking about creativity and how to deal with that inner critic who can sometimes stand between you and the work. We will discuss how to use your past as a catalyst for your current work. In-class exercises will access the passion within you and help you get your authentic voice on the page. We’ll also discuss writing best practices, from ways to approach your first draft to setting boundaries and deadlines to get your work to your editor.
Sign up for the workshop here and please let me know if you have any questions.
Hope to see you there!