I love my instructors!
The kind of yoga instructors that seems to be attracted to the Sacred Space are some of the coolest people on earth. I am so blessed with Maureen who has been with us from pretty early on, as well as all those who have found the studio along the way since. Everyone who has been led to work here seems to be the type that fits our DNA so to speak--people interested in growth, inner transformation and living your best and most authentic life. Most recently, Miles Bunch made h
"I am brave. I am strong"
I just experienced the best birthday present ever for my 41st birthday. As you may know, I am in Cambodia this week with The Young Living Foundation who supports the work of Hope For Justice, an international organization dedicated to ending human slavery. The picture above was taken yesterday at the Shine School, operated by Hope for Justice, as we led 37 pre-teens and teens in some enrichment workshops. All of these girls have been rescued from sex trafficking. All of the
Today is Human Trafficking Awareness Day
January 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. This is an issue that is near and dear to our hearts here at The Sacred Space. I have a few thoughts on this subject as I prepare to return to Cambodia and Thailand next week where I spent some years immersed in this international human crisis. My work before with World Concern and then the organization I founded, Freedom Stones, took me all over Southeast Asia and eventually into Africa and helped me see a big pictu
Following the concepts of the third Yama, Astaya, may seem easy. Most of us would say we have never taken anything that didn’t belong to us or if we did as a child, we apologized and returned the item. Perhaps our parents used the incident as a learning opportunity to teach us about the importance of respecting others’ property and our own. However, practicing Asteya is more complex than avoiding theft or not spending needed household money on the newest shiny technical devic