Mindful Eating

There is no getting around it.  What you put in your body affects your mental clarity as well as your physical health.  This, of course, will directly affect your mindfulness practice.  Food and mood – it’s for real. I could probably write volumes about diet and mind, but I’d like to stick to a few […]

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Yoga: Meditation Minute

by Donna Torney on March 25, 2016 · 0 comments

A short guided meditation session by Karen Fabian, founder of Bare Bones Yoga.

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Mindless French Toast

by Donna Torney on February 29, 2016 · 0 comments

One of the best ways to describe mindfulness is to look at moments of ordinary mindlessness. I woke up on autopilot one day this week and instead of taking the time to intentionally start my day with some stretching or meditation I decided to make french toast. There is nothing inherently wrong with french toast […]

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Ohhh My Belly! Quick Yoga for Digestive Balance

by Donna Torney on November 15, 2015 · 0 comments

It’s easy to overeat during the holiday season.  Watch Karen’s short video to help you prevent and treat holiday overindulgence. We wish you twenty minutes of mindfulness every day!

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Push Yourself, Crash, Repeat

by Donna Torney on November 13, 2015 · 0 comments

Push, crash, repeat…. push, crash, repeat….. Does this pattern sound familiar to you? In centuries past, we would be allowed to use the season’s dwindling light as a time to slow down, get cozy, reflect.  But in the 21st century, we keep pushing ourselves to the brink, pretending we are just flesh-colored processing systems, in […]

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What is your favorite kind of trance???  Yesterday we talked about getting sucked into drama as a way of avoiding the reality of our own present moment.  What else puts you in a trance?  With all of the distractions available how can we even tell the difference between zoning out, going on auto-pilot and being […]

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We all have them, habits that get in our way of reaching our full potential.  At it’s heart, mindfulness is about changing habits  –  habits of the mind that feed into unskillful action. In our mindfulness practice we work with unproductive, habitual thoughts – for this is the start of any addiction.  For example we might […]

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Mindfulness for Athletes

by Donna Torney on March 22, 2015 · 0 comments

Gain an edge and improve performance.

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Eight steps to daily silence.

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Using Mindfulness to Change Habits

by Donna Torney on March 22, 2015 · 0 comments

Change unproductive behaviors.

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