Thanks for meeting me here. I’m Beth, and I’ve been helping people like you to slow down, breathe, relieve stress, feel stronger in their bodies, quieter in the their minds, and more present in their lives.

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FREE inspirational tips on self care through Reiki and Yoga

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FREE inspirational tips on self care through Reiki and Yoga

Life can get really busy sometimes: time seems to go by faster and faster, and finding some personal and nourishing down-time seems like a rare gift rather than the norm. While we may not be able to change that completely, we can certainly do things to take care of ourselves so that we can face all the demands of life in the 21st century with energy, ease, and awareness. My yoga and Reiki offerings can help you take care of yourself so that you can recharge and replenish, and do what you do with more joy, clarity, and balance, and from a place of strength, rather than depletion.


Are you ready to let go of the busy-ness of life?
Are you yearning to slow down, breathe, and unwind the tension and tightness?
Are you craving to move your body, build strength and develop flexibility?
Are you in need of some down-time: time that is just for you; time to nourish yourself?
Are you curious about restoring a sense of balance to your life?
Are you ready to live more fully and freely, and with more awareness?

Click here to check out my yoga teaching schedule or here to make your appointment for private Reiki or yoga sessions.

Latest Bliss Bite

What can you do in 5 minutes?

14-May-2020 -
How are things going? Have you been spending lots of time in front of the computer, working? I know I have!
I wanted to share with you today a technique I learned a few years ago from a business coach named Racheal Cook It’s called the Pomodoro technique, and I find it really effective to stay productive and not burn out. It's also really quite simple to implement. The basic idea is that you work in 25 minute chunks and then take a 5 minute break to do something else. For example, if you love checking Facebook or your email, you could do that during your 5 minute break, and then after your 5 minute break you’d go back and do another 25 minute chunk of work.
I’ve been thinking about it in terms of bringing more movement into our lives. In those 5 minute breaks you could do a little movement practice. Think about it, if you worked 8 hours during the day you’d get in 80 minutes worth of movement over the course of the day – how awesome is that?!
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