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Encinitas, Ca


Summit to Sea (S2S) organizes unique yogic retreat experiences, programs, and adventures for recreational, spiritual, and sustainable growth. S2S’s culture is all about living the practice of yoga beyond the mat, through a balance of connected-ness to nature, mindfulness in movement, wholesome foods, self-care practices, essential oils, breath and meditation, healthy relationships, community, and sustainability.

Mama to Be; Pondering Thoughts...


Mama to Be; Pondering Thoughts...

Meg Tuazon

I took an extra long hike today with Bean because I was feeling the call to cleanse my mind and be outside. I have been listening to so many podcasts and reading books lately that I needed to take a pause. As I walked through my moving meditation, I noticed the colors, took in the aromas of freshly rained on soil, listened to the birds chirping and the crunch in my steps.
Half of my long walk was in silence and the other half was tuned in to an online class I am participating in called, ‘Activate Your Inner Jaguar’ through @magamamas .
Activating the jaguar has to do with how we love, how we show up for relationships, how we parent, how we deal with money (or don’t deal with it), and how we do sex.
It’s juicy. I’m always drawn to deepen my inner work, as I strive to be a better human, for myself and for my relationships.

And now that I am prepping to birth a little human, I found the need to, ‘fit it all in’ but when in reality, this work is life’s work. It’s always going to be there, a constant update and check in to better myself.
Do you ever feel the need to get it all done? Cram it in? A lesson I hear from so many mamas and papas, ‘learn to let go of control and expectations once you have a kiddo.’ (Been working on that for some time, as a matter of fact), but ya... I am embracing this transition. .