By Amy Leydon Most people who know me would say that I’m a strong and confident woman. There is a big part of me that feels that way, but I have this other side, this purveying level of low self esteem that I’ve carried with me for as long as I can remember. I’ve always wished I were a bit “more.” Prettier, thinner, smarter. I wished I … Continue reading Fear Failure? Let It Go.
By Drew Amoroso One of the least glamorous aspects of starting a fitness business is all of the logistical details. Taking the steps to form a business entity, obtaining the proper licenses, permits, and insurance and choosing a legal entity isn’t as exciting, but it’s incredibly important. Despite the lack of glitz, one of the most important things an emerging fitness company can do to protect itself … Continue reading Why the right legal structure matters for a fitness business
by Ashley Maina Ashley Maina is a Boston-based yoga teacher introducing a new style of yoga to the city. With nearly a decade of experience practicing yoga, studying personal growth, and teaching Bikram Yoga, Ashley was recently certified as a Buti Yoga Teacher. What is Buti? Buti Yoga is a soulful blend of power yoga, cardio-intensive tribal dance, and body-sculpting movement developed by celebrity trainer Bizzie Gold. Buti Yoga utilizes … Continue reading Bringing Buti Yoga to Boston
by Casey Deschene In the months leading up to graduation from Yoga Teacher Training, I had thoughts, assumptions, and projections whirling around my head. In anticipation of beginning this new lifestyle of splitting my time between my career and my passion, I did a lot of reading and researching attempting to create some sense of understanding and establish expectations for what life would be like … Continue reading Reflections of A New Yoga Teacher
By: Danni Pomplun When I was 18 years old and living in San Diego, the concept of yoga was 100% new to me. I lived with a roommate who had been a very avid Ashtanga yoga practitioner. She invited me to go to a class and I said no the first couple of times. It wasn’t until after I was told that my surfing and … Continue reading Why I Yoga
By Jenn Falk Self-care is typically defined as a way to relax and nourish oneself and to care for one’s general health. When you go behind that veil, you discover that self-care is about more than sleep, tea breaks, relaxing baths, and a longer savasana. It’s about getting to know oneself. When we listen in on a regular basis, it becomes more apparent when something is or isn’t … Continue reading Jenn Falk on Self Care
By Jenny Hanway As a holistic nutrition coach, I work with all kinds of clients on a variety of topics. One topic my clients struggle with the most? Breakfast ideas. Everyone is busy and often running out the door with no time to enjoy a “proper” breakfast to fuel and nourish us for the busy day ahead. I’m excited to share one of my easy-to-make breakfast recipes. … Continue reading Breakfast on the Go