Yoga Teacher Training is completed and all is beginning to settle. Slowly finding words and space to share my amazing journey.
After yoga classes, I often spend some time reflecting on what happened during the practice. It's easy to tune in to results of the physical side of the practice. Your legs may remind you that you worked hard when you climb the stairs to head to bed. Your body may feel so relaxed that the … Continue reading Inner Sanctuary
Welcome to the new look and feel for Running Four Love! I am super excited to begin this new chapter! As many of you may already know, I originally started this blog in 2015 to follow my journey to my first half marathon. After two years of trying and training for the new distance, I … Continue reading New Look and Feel – Welcome Back!
Thursday are busy. Like, really busy. The four kids run in different directions for school and extracurricular activities all day long. Let me rephrase that....I run the kids in different directions, sometimes at the same time, all day long. I'm lucky to be able to be home with them and to be part of their … Continue reading I Almost Had a Temper Tantrum in Yoga Class Today!
Yoga classes often begin with centering and intention setting. Sometimes I connect immediately with an intention and other times my brain is just too busy to get to that point early in the class. A few weeks ago, I attended a Yoga Nidra class around the time I was processing that I was not going … Continue reading I Accept Me
I have been following where the path leads more and more as I make my way through life. I use to be a planner, a hard core planner. My lists had lists. The agenda was strict and unwavering. The "suppose to do's" ruled my days, hours and minutes. The guilt for not following those lists … Continue reading Following Where the Path Leads.
On the recommendation from someone on the Run Like A Girl Community Facebook page, I watched Loosing Sight of Shore a couple evenings ago on Netflix. It is an emotional documentary following a team of four women rowing across the Pacific Ocean from California to Australia. It was so incredible to watch the women dig deep, discover … Continue reading What Does Your Pacific Look Like?