Cold Season Tips to Sooth Dry Skin

By Shannon Toma|December 18, 2014

It is that time of the year when the leaves start turning, the sounds of Christmas songs radiate through the radio waves, and the air begins to cool and starts to dry out our skin.

Homemade Hand Sanitizer

By Gretchen Hamilton|December 18, 2014

My two young boys are always touching everything in sight. Then after they do, they just love to stick their hands in their mouths… BLEH! Hand sanitizer has been a “must have” item in my bag for quite some time now. But, I was never pleased with the store-bought products […]

Earthships: My Dream Home

By Krishna Ghorai|December 16, 2014

During the 1970’s oil crisis my father would often talk about building a underground house on the vacant lot we owned and all of the energy benefits that came along with it. Those talks really helped to inspire my habitation dreams.

Kick the Bah-Humbug Blues

By Juli Rathke|December 15, 2014

The holidays can be a very stressful time for many and for many reasons. There are a lot of us out there who are feeling sad because the holidays are here. What can YOU do to help them. Not much except to show a little more empathy – COMPASSION for […]

Pumpkin Tartlet Recipe

By Kimberly Ghorai|December 15, 2014

I saw this pumpkin tartlet recipe in Yoga Journal and have tweaked it according to my baking experience. These delicious individual sized deserts are good warm or chilled. The below recipe makes 6 tartlets. Make them and share with family and friends!

My 4 Essentials 4 TRAVELING healthy!

By Christina McGrath|December 14, 2014

You can imagine walking into the plane – touching all the bathroom doors, handrails and who knows what else in germ city.  Then to top it off every country is represented with anything you can image and the guy behind you coughs. What about the endless car rides – from back aches to motion sickness?

Expansion vs. Survival – Where are You?

By Juli Rathke|December 8, 2014

Everyday we are faced with choices. Choices that can easily be summarized into two categories. EXPANSION OR SURVIVAL. This is true in all facets of our personal lives, business, networking, family and beyond. Ultimately if we choose survival we stay exactly where we are, limiting our potential until we choose […]

Stay Connected During The Holidays

By Jessica Moody|December 4, 2014

Staying healthy is hard enough without the added stress of the holidays. Try following these 5 tips this holiday season to stay connected to yourself & your goals this year.

Smoothie Love with Turmeric

By Shannon Toma|December 3, 2014

Anyone who knows me knows that I love to make smoothies. My smoothie obsession started well over 10 years ago. My approach to it was through  trial and error. First it was just using fruits and dairy products. Then I went into a healthier approach with added super foods and […]

The Coffee Ritual

By Krishna Ghorai|December 3, 2014

It is a common assumption that as Americans, we have low levels of brain function before consuming our morning cup of Joe. I’m no exception. If their are two things I enjoy most it’s rituals and coffee.

The Athlete’s Secret Weapon

By Christina McGrath|December 3, 2014

If you ride your bike, run, surf, swim, snowboard, ski or any other sport for that matter – Here are my tips and tricks on what to use to reduce inflammation and speed up recovery time using doTERRA essential oils!

The 3% Guy

By Krishna Ghorai|December 1, 2014

I’m a 3% guy. It’s taken  a long time to realize what that means to me. But I find a lot of comfort in it. Years ago after a yoga class the instructor told me:

Avoid Overspending During the Holidays

By Juli Rathke|December 1, 2014

Okay, we all hear it, “…. Silver Bells….. Jingle All the Way…. Baby It’s Cold Outside….” all of the holiday music being pumped into our brains with every turn. Not to mention the scents of the perfect Fir tree around every corner. It’s easy to get caught up in the […]

Mountian Biking + Yoga

By Christina McGrath|November 29, 2014

Here’s my current feature in Magazine! Ride Fit | Mountain Biking + Yoga = Power, Agility, Speed for Life In today’s post as part of our off season training series, we hit on yoga, and who better than to present this topic to you than someone who’s been mountain biking […]

What 3 Essential Oils to Use in Yoga

By Christina McGrath|November 27, 2014

Here are my tips for using essential oils to enhance my yoga practice AND how I use in my yoga classes too! Essential oils are amazing as they literally have changed people lives and their yoga practice.  I adore using them before my classes because they bring yet another therapeutic component to the class, and they […]