I got 99 problems, and being a witch ain't one. Hit me.Read More
"Cannabis helps you tune into the noise of your body. It helps bring awareness to what’s happening in your structure".
"Beyond that, the psychology of yoga, in a nutshell, is your connection to experience. Because cannabis alters that experience, it may lead you to contemplate your connection to the universe and how you’re relating to it. There is a lot of healing through cannabis and yoga."Read More
“Just anything and everything that involves moving the body in a mindful way is something that I really, really love,” (Stacey Mulvey) said in an interview.
She said the combination of yoga and marijuana “translates to you feeling amazing and feeling healthy and feeling synchronized."Read More
You'll definitely inhale. This summer and fall, instructor Stacey Mulvey is introducing North Cambridge to “Marijuasana,” her signature cannabis-infused yoga class. Get ready for the chillest flow of your life.Read More
This piece seeks to define our sensory experience of movement, how emotion is integrated into this system, and cites studies that show how using the body as a route into this system combined with the use of psychotherapy has demonstrated improved emotional experience.Read More
When I changed my lifestyle to make exercise a priority, I couldn’t afford to pay for a gym membership, nor did I want to. I had been to gyms, and had come away with the impression that they are smelly, loud, and harshly-lit spaces where there is usually a lot of grunting coming from the weight-lifting section.Read More
In this episode Chantill interviews recent Pilates teacher training graduate Stacey Mulvey who shares with us her journey to becoming a Pilates teacher that was not only surprising but life changing.Read More