The other day while running with a friend, he told me to focus on my exhalation and the inhalation will just come. I have been practicing this and it strikes me as incredibly metaphoric and reminds me how much I love embodiment...if I can focus on the exhale in my physical body and feel the ease with which the inhale follows, I can do the same in my life. I realize how often I focus on inhaling in a deep breath and that takes a certain amount of effort whereas if I focus on exhaling and getting all of the air out of my body...the Universe doesn't like a void and will immediately and effortlessly fill it up. This mirrors my experiment with surrender. If I focus on making myself available and listening the Universe will send along incredible experiences I could have never thought up on my own that just fill my life in such an easy manner that I marvel constantly this dynamic. Sometimes whales exhale a rainbow...well we can do this also. By focusing on the exhale we are inviting in all that is rather than only inviting in what we believe we want on the inhale.
is a citizen of the world. She grew up in the northeastern US and since then has been trapsing across the globe in search of herself - which of course she found inside - it was always there just not always accesible! Now she lives in Costa Rica in the Central Valley as the Wellness Center Coordinator, Yoga Instructor and Medicinal Plants Guide at Pura Vida Spa. Everyday she learns about and experiments with alternative therapies aimed at liberating blocked energy and helping us come a little bit closer to our true self. She works with Bach Flower Therapies, Yoga, Meditation, Inner Dialogue and has been trained in Cellular Regeneration Therapy by the Rene Mey Foundation, which she voluntarily shares with anyone in need of it.