Old Habits, New Habits

Old Habits, New Habits

Holidays like Thanksgiving stir up warm feelings around food and I’m lucky to be in a family that knows how to throw down at holidays. But, over the last year or so, I’ve had some pretty heavy taps on the shoulder, signaling that my body can no longer deal with my...
A Thanksgiving Tale

A Thanksgiving Tale

As I mentioned in my bio, my parents were anxiously waiting for me to marry a nice Korean boy so that I could get cracking on the whole “continuing-the-legacy” thing. I understood where they were coming from. They were very proud Koreans and knew that it was an uphill...
Ode to Hot Yoga

Ode to Hot Yoga

Winter is coming and the toasty embrace of the studio beckons. The outside chill evaporates before my mat hits the ground. My sticky-bottomed towel has lost its grip but that’s okay, Emerging sweat will help it hold me steady like mother’s hands. Every action from the...
Fall-ing In Love Again

Fall-ing In Love Again

Up until this summer, my 3-year-old daughter, Madeleine, was very happy to alternate between cruising around in a stroller and being carried by yours truly. So, when my husband, Christophe, suggested that it was time to take her for her first hike in late September, I...
Ain’t That a Crick in the Neck

Ain’t That a Crick in the Neck

As I lay on the table, face nestled firmly in the face rest, I thought about what I had just been shown: my shoulders and arms were pulled forward as if I were being dragged. My left shoulder was closer to my ear then the right and my head hung forward as if I were...