Rachel

I am truly so grateful to be able to do this work and be a part of the wonderful community that has been formed through Daily Bread Yoga classes and retreats. If you are interested in having your community of faith be involved or want to know more about classes, retreats, or private sessions, please contact me at rachel@dailybreadyoga.life.

Counting Chickens

Patience is not waiting passively until someone else does something.  Patience asks us to live the moment to the fullest, to be completely present to the moment, to taste the here and now, to be where we are.  When we are impatient, we try to get away from where we are.  We behave as if …

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Health care. Do you?

It seems that the health care debate has become older news and maybe I missed my chance to write about it.  But, I have something to say. From what I have gathered (in a very hodge-podge way), those who are opposed to Obamacare say that they don’t want anyone forcing them to buy anything they …

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The end. Thank God.

The summer solstice last Thursday was indeed The Longest Day of the Year for me and my 15 month old daughter, Dinah.  We had returned on Tuesday afternoon from a long, loud, fun, and busy several days with my family in Wisconsin.  Our normal routine was turned on it’s head.  When we slept, what we …

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Dedication

I need to just come out and recommend the book Born to Run, by Christopher McDougall.  It is a lot about running and a lot about so much more than that.  I put it on my list of recommended reading for yoga.  While running is the obvious topic, the subtle strength of the book is …

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