*Being that Sacred Space is a shared Health/Wellness workspace, the views reflected in this blog by individuals who are working in the Sacred Space are not necessarily shared by the owners of the studio.
I just had the pleasure of finally trying Up Inspired Kitchen in Frisco. I am so grateful when I find like-minded transformation-oriented businesses in our area. I also really appreciate original business ideas with a lot of heart thrown in the mix. As I walked in the door and noticed all the details from the decor to the gratitude board on the back wall, I completely resonated with the place. The food was amazing, just whole food goodness (with to die for coffee/espresso
I am beyond excited to welcome back to our studio, Carla Pinto, an incredible yoga instructor and a dear friend. She and her husband have been away for 2 years living in Miami but have recently moved back to Frisco. Carla was one of the first instructors I hired at the studio several years ago when we were just getting started. She teaches a beautiful class, her heart is warm and generous and her students leave feeling centered, calm and joyful. Her deep immersive instru
We live in a world that celebrates work and activity, ignores renewal and recovery, and fails to recognize that both are necessary for sustained high performance. (Loehr/Schwartz, p. 37) I think I have heard most of my life from family, friends, self-help books, speakers, preachers, you name it, that if I could only achieve balance in my life (most of them speaking of work/life balance) that I would make it to some kind family, relational, vocational, spiritual, and emotional
“God does not make all the moves for us. He provides the means to discipline. Will discipline, then, save us? No, it is Christ who saves us. We need to be very clear about this. From the earliest days of Christianity people have fallen into the error of thinking of discipline as the means to salvation. Salvation is a gift, purely a gift, forever a gift. It is grace and nothing else that obtains it for us. Discipline is not my claim on Christ, but the evidence of His claim on