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  • Ask Amy: Question # 2 What does it mean to link body, breath and mind together during asana?  I keep hearing that phrase and I don’t understand what it means.  Please explain. We are just asking you to link your body to your breath, by using your mind to focus.  So instead of mindlessly lifting an arm with a random breath ...
  • Redefining our Relationship with Food- Blog #5 Those who do not find joy in eating a healthy plant based diet may need to redefine their relationship with food.  Food can be nourishing, it can make us feel energized and light.  Giving energy and lightness to our systems was the original intention that was planned by a higher force than you.  We can ...
  • Our Patterns with Food- Blog #4 Write down the times you are likely to over-eat, or make poor choices. Keep a journal of what happened the day your over-ate or made poor choices.  See patterns emerge.  If it first you do not succeed, try and try again.  Discuss replacement of your not-so-great habits and patterns with more positive ones. 1)  After a long ...
  • Food as Nourishment- Blog #3 Good food tastes amazing, smells divine, feels like silk in a woman’s mouth.  It gives us energy.  It grounds us when we are light-headed.  It is a social lubricant when eaten in good company (or maybe bad company too).  Feeding ourselves and one another is one of the ways women have been nourished since the ...
  • Evaluating Your Self-Care Habits- Blog #2 Women’s Deep Need for Nourishment When I ask women what nourishes them I get many answers.  Some say “cheesecake” with a sheepish laugh.  Other women say “my kids.”  Occasionally a woman will say that she treats herself to a massage once a month.  Another common answer is: “The nightly glass of wine” or “Coffee with the ...