The other day I was teaching yoga to a group of grade 9 boys at the high school here in my hometown. They were doing as well as can be expected of wandering minds for the most part, but then as I was starting to teach them a more difficult pose, I noticed them all start … Continue reading How stories and stretching can help us heal.
If this video doesn't capture my love of both yoga and writing, nothing will. It was filmed by my dear friends at Tiny Town Media, and it's so much more to me than just a promo video. In the same way that yoga and writing are so much more to me than just hobbies. What … Continue reading Poses & Prose LIVE in Cochrane.
Imagine this, you and your roommate have to move in a couple of days, and you've been searching for a house for the last few weeks. You live in a place where the standard of living is not nearly the same as where you're from, so everything you find is, well, a bit gross. Bare … Continue reading The Story of The Eh Hole.
Some of you may be well aware of the fact that I've recently been published on Elephant Journal. Here's the link: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/10/how-losing-everything-i-had-in-a-house-fire-gave-me-everything-i-have/ Or click, here... here or HERE to read it (hehe). Enough already! In the article I talk a lot about un-attachment and how having 'stuff' just isn't important. But with that being said … Continue reading 10 things I WISH I had taken with me on my travels.
This morning I came across this article on Elite Daily's website about the deep, universal sadness we all feel when we realize our hometown is no longer our home. The author describes how the old streets you know like the back of your hand suddenly become foreign, making you feel like a stranger, and how … Continue reading The art of creating your home.