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Yoga on the Go

Traveling for work or pleasure can be challenging for anyone. Long flights, confined spaces, lots of walking and constant scheduling demands can create tired bodies, tight muscles and aching joints. Fortunately, there is a remedy that can go with you on your next journey: yoga.

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A Small Red Container

My background in this world of “prototype” making combined with mindfulness practices (yoga, meditation, flow in creative processes), eventually led me down an intriguing path where I began to use three-dimensional metaphors when working with clients. For instance rather than traditional business plan templates, I began using clay having clients turn ideas into clay models or metaphors. Often this exercise exposed something new, original and exciting.

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In Savor, world renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and Harvard nutritionist Dr. Lilian Cheung will guide you through the practice of uniting your body and mind in the present, in order that you may achieve your health and spiritual goals.

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Eating Mindfully at Work

When stress is experienced in the workplace, there is often a tendency to cope with this stress in the same way we cope with unwanted feelings, thoughts or experiences in other areas of our lives: by eating mindlessly. Bringing mindfulness into workplace experience can improve the quality of life ‘on the job’ regardless of what the job entails. Eating mindfully can become our path through work challenges and difficult situations on the job.

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Tides of Your Life

I was waiting for the world to come soliciting…to invite, in some imagined way, me to be all that I am, to live boldly and to follow my calling. Is life itself not enough of an invitation? I knew, as the lines of the poem Tides of Your Life by Judith Gass were read aloud, that I must begin today, now, to live my life – and that putting off fully living, as if today is a rehearsal, is wasting beautiful moments and priceless opportunities.

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Stress Rx: 10 Tips for Calm and Ease

If you are feeling overwhelmed, anxious or uncertain and believe that a state of tranquility is out of reach, please consider the following tips for balancing your life. While a more in depth presentation may be valuable, a quick check list of tips to remember on a daily basis can be a life-saver.

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