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Age with Strength and Grace

When we’re young, we don’t give our bodies a thought. They do as we wish, and all is well. It’s one reason why watching kids play makes us smile. We long to be that free and easy! Thankfully it’s not only possible to age with strength and grace. It’s how our bodies were designed to age.

Vibrant health is my passion and for thirty years I’ve helped people feel better in their mind and body. I’ve been a Thai yoga therapist, raw food chef, organic gardener, and Pilates instructor. For fifteen years, I was a licensed therapist in private practice.

Modern life is demanding on our bodies. The style of movement I teach is perfect for beginners, the over 50 crowd or anyone looking to age with strength and grace. The pace is slow with lots of cueing. My goal is to create a playful, warm, safe environment for you to get back on friendly terms with your body.  

This website is full of articles on what has influenced me over the years. I hope they’re helpful for you, too. 


All Time Favorites

The Repair

The Repair

The ability to repair – be it your body or relationship – is a life skill. We’re not taught this. We’re a fast-paced culture that doesn’t encourage slowing down, but that’s exactly what healing demands.

Your Attention Was Stolen

Your Attention Was Stolen

Johann Hari’s book “Stolen Focus” is must-reading for parents, educators and anyone else who cares about the future. Our ability to be present is slipping away.

Why I Still Don’t Own a Phone

Why I Still Don’t Own a Phone

Technology was suppose to make our lives easier, but all it’s really done is make our lives busier. We’re in the midst of a giant social experiment that our nervous system wasn’t designed to handle.

Flexibility is the Fountain of Youth

Flexibility is the Fountain of Youth

Twenty minutes a day isn’t much effort to be rewarded with a strong, balanced body that uses energy efficiently and allows us to continue doing the things we love to do without pain or injury.

Move to Stay Connected

Move to Stay Connected

Our muscles are encased in a web of tissue that weaves in and around our body called connective tissue. Like a silk stocking, it literally is what holds us together and gives our body shape.