Fragmentation is a tough place to live.

But how do we integrate?

I've taught yoga from a deep space of energetic intuition and mindfulness. I coach strength from a wide base of science and mechanics. Metabolics have always been a weird subset of the two... so it's been a challenge to incorporate them for many of my clients because it requires both mindfulness AND science.

The lack of integration between these three components




have - until recently - created a sense of being out of alignment in my career. But these little moments started arising where I felt completely in tune with my calling and my capacity... these moments where a client senses their Being a little more deeply and is able to connect that to their movement patterns or behaviors.

Last month, I held a workshop for exploring the connection between strength mechanics and meditation and - in May - I am launching a coaching experience and writing series that embodies the incredibly connection between our hearts and the amazing vessels that carry them around.

This won't be a workout or a diet plan. It won't be a yoga class or meditation series. It will be a circle of humanity coming together to learn how to INTEGRATE. Members of this very small circle will learn a unique style of meditation. Experience strength mechanics at a deep level. Find ways to nurture their nervous systems to optimize metabolism. 

And - most excitingly - make huge changes in their levels of energy and presence WITHOUT THE INTENSE EFFORT AND PAIN caused by so many programs available today.

I have a super amazing tool coming to you at NO cost later this week, so stay tuned!!

If you're interested in learning more ... sign up for my email list HERE.

If you're in the Madison, WI area and want to hop in on in-person launch of this program, schedule a free 15 minute call with me HERE and we'll chat about your goals and hopes.

If you want to just keep coming back to this blog and learn more about how to integrate your practices, learn new techniques, or just STOP TRYING SO DAMN HARD, I'll be posting a series of blogs in the coming weeks.

Keep shining. Your light in the world matters.