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TweetA couple of weeks ago, at the invitation of my friends at Lucy activewear, I got totally blissed out the Wanderlust Yoga Festival at Copper Mountain Colorado. Over four days, I did a Yoga TranceDance class with Shiva Rea, an intense detox vinyasa session … Continue reading
TweetI had the pleasure of meeting Kandice Marks when she attended the Run Wild Trail Running and Wellness Retreat in Colorado in August 2011. In fact, the retreat was a birthday gift from her husband (what a guy!). During the retreat, Kandice, … Continue reading
Tweet Last week the Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition (OIWC) hosted a webinar with Ironman champion and SkirtSports founder Nicole DeBoom who is currently pregnant with her first child. I had met Nicole at industry tradeshows and at trail races here … Continue reading
Tweet I’m thrilled to announce that Boulder, Colorado-based Pearl Izumi is coming on board as a sponsor of this summer’s Trail Running and Wellness Retreat! Pearl Izumi may be better known for its technical cycling apparel, but their proven … Continue reading
Tweet Several months ago I nominated my good friend Sari Anderson for Outside magazine’s annual feature of athletes who kick ass against the pro who actually get paid to train and compete. The issue with the profile (pictured here) is … Continue reading
TweetI just returned from my longest run of 2011 so far– a 2.5-hour jaunt on our local system at Red Hill. It felt fantastic to finally be off the hard asphalt and onto sweet singletrack, with its twists, turns, rocks, bumps and … Continue reading
TweetLast year I had the pleasure of interviewing Amy Palmiero-Winters, a single mother of two who had lost her leg below the knee after a motorcycle accident years earlier, for an article in the June 2010 issue of Trail Runner … Continue reading