Monthly Archives: April 2011

Keeping the Joy

Over ten years ago, I completed a white belt training and earlier this year, I had a burning desire to re-commit to Nia. Fortunately, my trainer, Winalee Zeeb (trainer of the year) was waiting with open arms, literally and metaphorically.  … Continue reading

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The Artist Way: a spiritual path to higher creativity

A few weeks ago, I taught an introduction to The Artist’s Way, a book created by Julia Cameron. The Artist’s Way is a book that serves as a guide to lead you to a spiritual path of higher creativity.  The … Continue reading

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Believing in the power of creativity!

This week my journey took me to a boot camp sponsored by the Alliance of Artistic Communities that was so inspirational! Everyone who attended were either artists or people who believed in artists and were interested in developing further artist … Continue reading

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Living a sacred livelihood

Living a sacred livelihood. It is what we hope to do when we dedicate ourselves to our life’s purpose, our passion. It seems so easy at first but the path is challenging because we are stepping into the unknown- to … Continue reading

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Joy of movement

A few days after auditing a white belt training with trainer of the year, Winalee Zeeb, I bought a  t-shirt that boldly stated: “The journey is the destination” .  I laughed aloud. It was perfect! It reiterated what I already … Continue reading

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