Green Shakshuka

Good for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern and North African dish regularly made with eggs, tomatoes and spices. The word “shakshuka” in Arabic roughly translates to “mixture.” This dish is so versatile and should be a staple in everyone’s recipe book! This super easy, one-pan dish is jam packed with nutrients…

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Cool It Down

Join me during the “Cool It Down” portion of this 2-part sequence. You can begin here if you’re looking for a short, breezy sequence. We’ll start off on the ground opening up the side-body and shoulders. Then we’ll get into some deep leg stretches with straps. I’ll show you the affectionately named “banana” pose (more…

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Move it, Use it

Join me during the “Move It, Use It” portion of this 2-part sequence. We’ll start off with some shoulder warm-ups to get us ready for some blood-pumping sun salutations.

These will get the arms and legs working (especially with some lunges thrown in the mix.) I also break down downward dog so you can find the perfect variation for you!

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Thai Peanut Curry noodles

Peanuts and veggies go together like Batman and Robin. They are both my super heroes and that is never going to change. I know that peanut butter gets some heat in the health food world but you know what? I love it.

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All Over Body Flow (30 Minutes)

This 30-minute yoga sequence touches on a little bit of everything. Get your whole body lubed and movin’ then polish it off with a juicy, relaxing meditation. We’ll start with some spinal and shoulder warm ups. Then work our way down the legs with gentle downward dogs, wide-legged forward folds and twists. Last, we’ll make…

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You know what a good cop could do?

Literally anything other than be a cop.

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Hippy Bowls

Hippy bowls aren’t just for hippies! They’re so versatile and truly satisfying. A perfect combination of sweet, salt and fat from the dressings and marinades for whichever protein your heart so desires. (I prefer to use tempeh, tofu, free-range chicken or salmon.) You can literally replace any vegetable in this recipe with any other vegetable you may have.

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Creating Bhakti

The natural human condition is to create. From the minuscule, like a perfectly toasted marshmallow, to the extraordinary – the Great Pyramids. Regardless of your religion or inherited belief-system, there will always be music that moves you, epic stories of love, loss, God and the human condition. There are the perfectly curated moments, like a picnic with your soulmate during the evening sunset.

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Chill + Digest (20 Minutes)

Join me on a slow yoga flow that helps digestion and gets things moving. We’ll start off with the aptly named wind-releasing pose, play around in Goddess squats, get into some twists and finish off with some gentle inversions. This chill, 20-minute sequence is accessible for all body types. Working with the breath helps to…

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Breezy Restorative Evening (25 Minutes)

A breezy, sleepy flow with Rae for when you’re ready to wind down for the night. Loosen up the spine, hamstrings, shoulders and finish off with some gentle chest and hip openers.

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