Tag Archive for 'core'

Explore More : June 6th

Thanks so much for your amazing response to yesterday’s post on social media triggers. I love what everyone shared through comments, Facebook, texts, and emails. We’ll revisit the theme next week, but feel free to continue to discuss here and on (ironically enough) social media. I haven’t nagged you guys to hang enough lately. For […]

Explore More : April 25th

I hope you guys are enjoying Plants-a-palooza 2014 as much as I am. I will write a wrap-up post next week with the lessons I learned and things I will be changing going forward. But please feel free to share your thoughts here or on Facebook. (ad) Don’t forget about the completely amazing Primal Life […]

I was up with Little A three times last night between the hours of eleven and five, and then up for good with her at 5:15. It’s one of those days where cogent thoughts are not forming in the brain. Bear with me and I will toss some goodies your way, though. Just remember to […]

Letting It Go

What parent among us is not suffering from lunacy on this Presidents’ Day, 2014? If you are on the east coast, you have likely endured an above average number of “snow days,” and I use the term loosely because it is not a foregone conclusion here in the ATL that a snow day will actually […]

Happy Valentine’s Day! We in Atlanta are releasing a collectively held breath, as the winter storm that paraded through our city this week ended up being less disastrous than anticipated. After a day of icy precipitation, we awoke yesterday to a lovely blanket of snow. I took a wonderful walk and definitely used some muscles […]

This week’s art installment comes courtesy of my five-year old, M. These are my kind of snowflakes because I can enjoy without any of the side effects that cold weather brings. Surely I am not the only one feeling like she needs to unfurl her body after cold, icy, snowy, or illness-filled days? My friends in […]

Let’s start out with some of the realities about health and wellness journalism.  And for that, I point you to Katy Bowman’s Expert Ankles piece.  Now, from time to time, I have been known to remind my class members that just because they see a picture of a movement in a health or fitness mag, […]

I’m going to dissect a sacred cow today.  Don’t take offense if it’s something you love.  Remember, we’re all about exploration here. I won’t recommend Pilates to my clients, and if people tell me they’re taking it up, I quietly cringe a little inside. Here’s the practical side of my cringe.  Pilates is expensive.  Mat […]