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3 Biggest Life Lessons

I’m young, inexperienced and naïve. At 23, I’ve been through heartache, loss, love, lust and I’ve learned to adapt to the wild ride that is life. And although I’ve only made 23 revolutions around the sun, I continue to grow and learn every moment I’m alive. Today I present to you the 3 biggest life … Continue reading 3 Biggest Life Lessons

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Me Too.

sex·u·al ha·rass·ment noun noun: sexual harassment 1.    harassment (typically of a woman) in a workplace, or other professional or social situation, involving the making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks Millions of women throughout the world had their voices heard following the Harvey Weinstein scandal. The so-called, “Me Too” movement erupted across the internet … Continue reading Me Too.

Recipes To Heal The Chakras

Energy exists inside us and surrounds us. Energy from the food we eat nourishes our body and keeps us going each day. Our chakras are the energy systems within us that start from the base of the spine or root all the way up to the crown of our head. When in balance, the chakras … Continue reading Recipes To Heal The Chakras

Travel Tinctures for Yogi Travels

I'll just flat out say that I'm a sensitive person. I'm allergic to citric acid,  I don't tolerate yeast or sugar well, I break out into a sun rash if its too hot and eczema if its too cold, synthetic fragrances in beauty or cleaning products make me ill and when my pet allergies are … Continue reading Travel Tinctures for Yogi Travels

The (un) vegan yogi

I’m not a vegan. I do yoga. Contrary to popular belief, these two things don’t always go hand in hand. I’ve been criticized for this “hypocrisy” but most of those criticizers don't even give me the time of day to explain myself. So, this blog is for you (vegan) haters.  In the Yoga world, there … Continue reading The (un) vegan yogi

Skinny mini: A yoga girls journey of disordered eating

"You have thick thighs, Kaila." My gymnastics coach must have seen my face because she took those words back as soon as she'd said them. "No. Thick thighs are a good thing for power as a gymnast. Look at Coach Melissa's thighs, they're nice and thick like yours!" I was 13 years old when my … Continue reading Skinny mini: A yoga girls journey of disordered eating

The Yoga Stalker

I have a stalker. He doesn't follow me home or look through my windows at night but that doesn't make him any less of a stalker. But before you tell me I'm using the word "stalker" incorrectly or accusing someone of false behavior, let me give you the definition of the word according to yourdictionary.com. … Continue reading The Yoga Stalker

Pisces Soul and Yogi Toes: A tale of letting go

New Years brings with it a fresh start and a clean slate. Towards the end of the year, I hung on to resentment towards people in my life and made the decision to let all of that go. Here’s the tale of being a stubborn Pisces and how the wisdom of the meditation practice in yoga helped me find forgiveness in others and with myself. Namaste, Kay.

Letting go- why I quit my yoga job

Last week, I stepped away from my yoga studio job and it was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make. Teaching yoga is my passion and I️ can’t think of a better path to pursue. But I decided to step away from something that no longer served my life and I hope I can inspire you to do the same. I feel happier, lighter and ready for the next page of this grand adventure. Namaste, Kay.