I consider myself to be both rational and mystical. When I come across health approaches or spiritual ideas, they must make sense and prove themselves to be true. Even more importantly though, they must be easily-applicable to our lives.
My personal yoga and counseling practices led me to develop this site. I realized that yes, yoga and psychology can lead us into a deeper awareness of ourselves, but they can also be applied in ways that lead us beyond our endless emotions, beyond our endless challenges, and even beyond the endless manifestations of spirituality that we find in this life. Truly, YogaLiving is a vehicle that softly places us within the very fabric of that ineffable wholeness and completeness that we sometimes call God, Source, Tao, Brahman–the name we use really doesn’t matter. What we’re all looking for is pure peace and calm . . . perfect joy and fulfillment . . . unconditional love and caring: we will always find these things when we practice the art of YogaLiving.