Back Pain Relief: Training with Mike Taylor

This course gives you a practicable ability to prevent and heal both chronic and acute back pain and injury. Western medicine works miracles every day with emergency room surgery, antibiotics, and infectious disease. But it struggles with much of what plagues us most, including the stress-related ailments that account for most hospital visits today. Back pain continues to present a big challenge here. So we need something better. And for this, we can head farther East. Movement is central to nearly every traditional East Asian healing practice, and how we move each day rewires everything about us, from our microbiome…

Rest and Renew You: Home Yoga Retreat with Tara

Slow down, check in, replenish, renew Create Space for Yourself with Rest and Renew You: Home Yoga Retreat with Tara Stiles Stress, anxiety and burnout have become a common part of our lives. We don't have to accept an agitated state of living and it doesn't have to be radical to care for yourself as a daily practice. This yoga and meditation retreat is designed to give you the time, space and care that you deserve. You'll reset your mental sate, allow your physical self to balance and enjoy the creativity and energy that you have resting inside, waiting to…

Simplify: Home Retreat with Tara Stiles

Align your actions with how you want to feel. This retreat has been my personal practice to realign my self in real time with how I want to feel. We are always evolving and changing. Our needs, desires and dreams evolve as well. It's so easy to get stuck in the habits that worked last month or last year while we change. We get in trouble when we cling to our old selves too much and fear evolving into the lovely beings that we are. I put together Simplify to help you gain comfort and safety with where you are…
A Personal Memo on Healing

A Personal Memo on Healing

My experiences with Sam Berlind have been nothing short of a miracle.  What if we were able to shift our conversation about healing, away from the sterile opposition of the sick or the well, the stark segregation between the vibrant and the broken.  What if healing actually lives in an ongoing dance of how we are, what we are working with, and the choices we make?  What if we aren’t just striving to be healthy, but striving to live well, to enjoy our lives, so we can do the things that make our heart sing?  What if instead of trying…