Words From Rachel

The Great Divide

The Great Divide

The void between inaction and action. Is there a gap between what you know and how you are showing up in life? What life lessons do you feel prone to learning over and over again? We can all fall into this void of misalignment around what we know is right for us and...

5 Road Trip Tips

5 Road Trip Tips

I love a good road trip. There’s something about packing up the car with bikes and a limited amount of “stuff” and hitting the road that feels so good. The wind in my hair, a good soundtrack and the beauty of the landscape rushing by. In my younger years, road trips...

Reach Out Don’t Freak Out

Reach Out Don’t Freak Out

Inaction is a dreamkiller. Have you ever gotten on the phone with someone you thought could help you, but you weren’t quite sure how? How do you respond when someone asks you, “how can I support you?” Do you freak out? Have a difficult time answering? Have an old...

Are You A Planner?

Are You A Planner?

Ease is the result of the effort. I plan my yoga classes, how my day will flow, what and when I’ll eat, when and how I’ll  move my body, and how I’ll spend my summer, all in advance. I know I'm not alone in this, but I haven’t always found planning to be a source of...

Find Your Tribe

Find Your Tribe

Do you know who your peeps are? Your posse? “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” - Jim Rohn Who did you used to spend time with 3-5 years ago? Who do you spend time with now? Do these people support you in your personal evolution? The...

YOGA: Working Overtime

YOGA: Working Overtime

Yoga on the job. Early on in my yoga interest, I found the direct correlation between spending time on my mat and how it influenced the rest of my day. In 1999, I went to my supervisor and requested flexibility around my “lunch hour.” We agreed I would start taking my...

YOGA: A Body of Wisdom

YOGA: A Body of Wisdom

Your body is wise. I know I’m not alone when I say I came to my yoga mat to enhance my physical health. I’ve been an athlete all my life and have always had a desire to move my body in different shapes and forms. I get satisfaction from sore muscles. It’s a reminder...

YOGA: An Inside Job

YOGA: An Inside Job

There are many benefits to having a consistent yoga practice. Even though we may roll out our mat for the physical benefits, it’s common to experience benefits to our mental and emotional state as well as notice how it seeps into our life beyond the sticky mat. Yoga is “union”, and when there is unity, there is peace, vibrancy and connection.

Anchor Your Intentions with Ayurvedic Elements

Anchor Your Intentions with Ayurvedic Elements

Get clear. Get grounded. Intentions and goals are meant to help focus our attention, to clarify and draw forth a yearning or desire that exists within us, and bring it forward into the world to live a more aligned existence. When we take our intentions and goals to...

Are You A Perfectionist?

Are You A Perfectionist?

Perfectionism “Perfectionism is just fear in fancy shoes and a mink coat, pretending to be elegant when actually it's just terrified. Because underneath that shiny veneer, perfectionism is nothing more that a deep existential angst that says, again and again, 'I am...

Get Unstuck From The Yuck

Get Unstuck From The Yuck

I’m a Yoga Health Coach. As a Yoga Health Coach, I help you get unstuck. I guide you from where you are to where you want to be in body, mind and spirit with simple daily practices in a step by step process. The result is a more vibrant and easeful life-on and off...

Seeking Balance

Seeking Balance

Do you consider routine a bad word? There was a day routine meant boring, mundane, dull and uninteresting to me. What I’ve come to learn through my years of studying Ayurveda, habit science and yoga, is routine and rhythm are likely medicine for me in the modern...

Reflect. Embody. Vision.

Reflect. Embody. Vision.

How you end one thing determines how you begin the next. I like to think this is true in relationships, projects, jobs, years, days and especially lives. I don’t have any statistics to back that up, but it’s a theory I live by especially when it comes to turning the...

What is Kitchari?

What is Kitchari?

The Best One Pot Meal Kitchari translates to mean “mixture” or “mess of stew”. If you are looking for a meal to make in between festivities this holiday season, I’d like to point your awareness to kitchari. It is a traditional indian one-pot meal that aids in...

Connection Vs Confection

Connection Vs Confection

I desire connection. I’ve spent the past six months defining and refining separate lists of values for myself, my family, and my business. It’s clear that one of my top values is connection. Relationships are a priority for me and something I highly value. This is why...

You Are Your Family’s Healer

You Are Your Family’s Healer

Are you filling your cup? When your cup is full you have so much more to offer. You never really know just when or how you'll be tapping into the reservoir you've created, but it's important to keep it full or even overflowing. I’m sure you’re shaking your head in...

Flow: A Conscious State

Flow: A Conscious State

Intention + Daily Action + Consistent Effort  The first time I learned about the “flow” state of consciousness was as a sophomore in college when I began studying positive psychology and human behavior.  I had spent the summer backpacking for three weeks and...

Gratitude

Gratitude

Know where your food comes from Enjoy this day of thanks. This day of gratitude for all you have. For your breath, for your body, for the water you drink and the food you eat and take a moment to consider where it comes from and ENJOY. Nourish yourself with vibrant...

Emptying the Bucket

Emptying the Bucket

Do you meal stack or meal space? There are many different perspectives, theories and understanding of how to feed ourselves. From paleo, low carb, raw food, fat free, fat full, vegan, vegetarian, and so on. From eating every 2 hours to intermittent fasting. To me,...

Move With Love

Move With Love

Move the way love makes you move. I’ve had a number of people reach out to me this week to ask for advice and tips about stress, anxiety and overwhelm. These are not new life experiences in our fast-paced and modern world, but this week it hit hard for a number of...

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Rachel Peters offers Ayurvedic Living Immersions and Yoga Classes. Her immersion courses include EMBODY Ease, THRIVE in Motherhood and EXPAND into Vibrant Living. As a certified Yoga Health Coach, Rachel is dedicated to helping you shift the way you age, by getting lighter in your body, clearer in your mind and experiencing greater ease in your life through habits steeped in yoga and ayurvedic wisdom.

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