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A life + biz coach, podcast host, and community founder based in the NYC area. I love connecting with kick-ass women and sharing my really real story. Learn more about me!

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The Self Soul Sport Podcast is a destination to talk about loving self, nurturing soul, and living sport. I keep it really real with my coffee chats and interviews with girlbosses. This is a podcast that you want to miss, boo! Check out more about it and tune in! 

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What do you think of when it’s February? Some think of Valentine’s Day. Some think of the Super Bowl. Some think of Black History Month. Some think of them all. Me? I’m thinking of Black History Month…. 

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“You are imperfect, permanently and inevitably flawed. And you are beautiful.” – Amy Bloom As I write today’s blog post, I just finished a vanilla chocolate chip scone at Dean & Deluca. There was a point in time I would’ve chastised myself for this treat and regretted it. I still am fighting a feeling of […]

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“I am not flexible.” That’s the first thing I thought when I started practicing yoga. I hear the same exact words very often from my students as a yoga teacher.  Flexibility and yoga seem to be synonymous now. From Instagram to Yoga Journal, so many images are circulating of yoga practitioners touching their toes, doing […]

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Crow pose, Bakasana, is all over Instagram. I remember the first time I saw it on my feed and knew I absolutely had to nail it.  Easier said than done. It took me about five to six months to finally reach a point in crow pose where I could properly and safely hold the pose, […]

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Yoga is a bonding activity when we practice with others. I strongly believe it is because of the community-building that it supports.  Beginners and even advanced practitioners can see yoga as a solo activity. Some of us find yoga on YouTube or via an app, making it easier to practice in the comfort of our […]

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According to this 2016 Yoga Journal study, about 34 million Americans practice yoga. That’s a lot of yogis.  How many people from this group engage in yoga challenges? No idea! A study has not been done yet on it. But they are huge on Instagram.  From beginners to advanced yogis, many are participating in these challenges. […]

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