By tambre on July 13, 2012
I started something new. Bikram yoga…otherwise known as hot yoga. Until now, yoga and I have not been a fit. Downward dog is not my friend. Though I heard over and over about the wonderful benefits. Though I tried many different teachers and styles, it wasn’t a match for my body.
When I’m working with my clients and they are designing a plan ~ whether it’s a wellness plan, a business strategy or making a dream on their bucket list come true ~ a key step in the process is to research.
So when I decided it was time to gain some flexibility to improve my Argentine Tango, I reached out to friends who had experience with it. I also checked out the resources on the website of the new studio that just opened near me, Bikram Marina del Rey. Continue reading “Staying Versus Being”
By tambre on June 26, 2012
I recently read a wonderful story online, Cancer Patients Transformed By Gorgeous Henna Dome Designs in Samaritan mag.com by Kim Hughes, about a
Canadian company that creates temporary henna art to decorate the heads of cancer survivors who lose their hair as a result of treatment.
The artistry and the mission moved me. The designs are stunning. There is so much empowerment and beauty present.
Frances Darwin, a professional photographer, who founded the for-profit “social-purpose business” in 2011 created the company’s mission statement:
“We want to empower you. We want to help you feel beautiful, and give you the confidence to be a walking work of art. Continue reading “Walking Works of Art”
By tambre on May 29, 2012
As a coach, I have very few “rules” for my clients but when it comes to “s” word, it is a no-no. Yes…”should” is off limits. There is nothing inspiring when we generate an action out of feeling obligated. Guilt as a motivator isn’t energizing.
When you catch yourself saying you “should” do something, it is an opportunity to stop and reassess. Sometimes what feels like a more mundane action step is actually part of a vision or goal you are highly motivated to attain. Continue reading “The “S” Word”