I was reflecting last night as I fell asleep that I was at cross-purposes of the very message I was supposed to be absorbing here. In my earnestness to do a good job and capture all I could for readers, I was missing the moment—or at least I wasn't fully present for many of them.
If the tranquil setting of La Quinta Resort and Club just outside of Palm Springs wasn’t enough to help 500 participants of the 2008 Inner IDEA® Conference (September 11-14) gather some personal calm and solidify their vision of purpose in the wellness industry, the curriculum of this mind-body-spirit-focused conference surely did the trick.
Life is a journey and the Inner IDEA® Conference, September 11-14, 2008 in Palm Springs, California, is the destination that enhances your personal transformation. This immersion experience offers 3 days and over 150 sessions to support you in nurturing your mind, body and spirit. Empower yourself and discover your inner strength with the help of the world’s most knowledgeable experts in Pilates, yoga, GYROTONIC® exercises, wellness, meditation, business, research, integrative movement, lifestyle coaching, nutrition and more.
When 4,500 fitness and wellness professionals, product exhibitors and expert faculty from more than 60 countries converge in one place to learn, network and share, the result is nothing short of combustible. Another IDEA World Fitness Convention may be over, but the chain of energy unleashed by this year’s event (July 8-12) in Las Vegas will spark and inspire people of all ages and walks of l...
On the messy road of life, it is often challenging to determine what your next step will be, what direction you will take, which way you will turn. Perhaps that is one reason why walking a labyrinth as a meditation is so appealing: the journey is clearly marked, unobstructed and in full view.
“I learned to be in the Now—to fully appreciate and experience right where I am at every given moment. I found that it’s okay for me to enjoy the process of living my dreams. I may not be where I am going, but I’m much further than I thought.”