• Letting Go After Loss with Yin Yoga

    Posted by Pamela C

    I think we can all agree that there is a lot of uncertainty right now. Not only uncertainty but fear, frustration and grief. It is certainly good to grieve, cry or just be really pissed off. We have to! After …

  • When Dealing with Healing, Where Do You Go?

    Posted by Ramesh Narine

    What is the resource you have when dealing with healing in your life, that makes holistic healthcare accessible? It is hard feeling so much, to be sensitive in a time when there are so many forces bringing the primitive characteristics …

  • Enough is Enough

    Posted by Amelia B

    Feeling like I have ENOUGH is an ongoing struggle for me. Which is interesting, because I do have enough. I have a wonderful family, friends, a house, husband, two beautiful babies, and the list goes on and on… But there’s …

  • Just Enough

    Posted by Alexis M

    I find that this is the time of year that we circle round and round with what is really “enough.” On one hand, the holidays can be about overindulging in everything from material things to vacations to food to work …

  • The Way Out is Through

    Posted by Liz A

    This past Saturday was the four year anniversary of my mom’s death. She wasn’t the type of mom who put a unicorn band-aid over everything and told us that life would be all sunshine and rainbows. She was a realist …

  • Gratitude in the Breakdown

    Posted by Christine Gutierrez

    Dear grief, I am even grateful for you. I’ve seen the words “gratitude” pop up rather often in the spiritual/personal development communities. If you are here, you probably have too. It’s one of those spiritual principles that truly crosses between …

  • What Frames You Need Not Define

    Posted by Ramesh Narine

    Recently, I spent a week off grid. I had been invited, with a small group of wonderful individuals, to do some deep work. I was honored to have been invited. The experience was profound. Having time away from devices that …

  • The Drape

    Posted by meghan c

    At the end of class, after corpse pose there is this moment when you roll onto your side. Every time I instruct this it comes through as so much more than just the act of lying on your side, waiting to …

  • Honoring Our Ancestors: New Moon in Scorpio

    Posted by Chani N

    We were made for this. Born for this. Forged in the fires of all our ancestors’ offerings. Of their triumphs. Of their hopes, dreams, sacrifices, blessings and prayers. We carry the burden of their suffering. Of their mistakes. Of their …

  • Letting Go

    Posted by Christine Gutierrez

    I’ve learned a lot about letting go in my life and I continue to every day. This lesson of letting go isn’t for the faint of heart. There is a saying that is popular in 12-Step rooms that says “Don’t …

  • Letting go… Setting Free

    Posted by Amelia B

     “Let go of what is no longer necessary, let go of what no longer serves you, let go of your anger… your pain… your attachment.. etc.” Anyone who has taken a yoga class has surely heard this advice. I have …

  • Your Life is Always on Time

    Posted by stephanie b

    Your life is always on time. This has become a mantra for me: my life is always on time. Sometimes life knocks the wind right out of us. Maybe a relationship has ended. Or the job situation didn’t pan out. …

  • 4 Tips To Boost Your Mood During The “Dark” Days!

    Posted by Kimberly S

    I can definitely say I feel the shift in seasons. For much of the country and depending where you live in the world, cold weather and dark, dreary days have started to set in. And for many of us, they’re not …

  • Aries Super Moon: Passion, Play & Possibility

    Posted by Achintya D

    This Aries Super Moon (which means that it is closer to the Earth than usual, making it appear larger) sparks new potential, passion, play and possibilities on Oct 15 9:23pm PST/Oct 16 12:23am EST. Also called the Blood Moon, this …

  • Thyroid Yoga

    Posted by Ramesh Narine

    I’d like to tell you about my friend Jess. I’ve always had an affinity for people born on the same day as I and she is one of those. We encountered each other a few years ago in massage school. …

  • Welcome October!

    Posted by Chandanni M

    October and this brings us into the Autumn and winter months of 2016! What a year it has been for us all in our lives and also for this groundbreaking platform, oneOeight helmed by our beloved Rachel Brathen who courageously …

  • Learning Through Heartache

    Posted by Christine Gutierrez

    I remember the first time he spoke down to me. I was shocked but it was familiar. I had grown up in a home where words changed from honey to knives within a minute and back again to honey. It …

  • Babies, Babies, Babies…

    Posted by Karen S

    Babies, babies everywhere…they seem to be on their way into the lives of many of our beloved friends, family and mentors here at oneOeight. Rachel’s “poppyseed” has set off a chain reaction lovefest. Amelia’s legacy with Landon and now Lily’s …

  • Equinox Mabon

    Posted by Achintya D

    Day and night are of equal length as Mother Earth takes a sacred pause in Her rotation around the Sun. On The Wheel of the Year, this Holy Day is celebrated as Mabon (pronouced in many different ways May-bun, May-boon, …

  • Radical Beauty Release

    Posted by Kimberly S

    Now that I have had my first baby (Lil Bub!) I can see that my “book baby” comparisons still feel on point. I’ve been working on Radical Beauty for over a year – my book that I co-authored with Deepak …