Utilizing over 16 years of intensive training, teaching expertise and multi-disciplinary learning from cultures around the world, Jordan Mallah offers a brand new experience for over-worked, stressed-out and imbalanced Americans. A writer for the Huffington Post and author of a Peruvian cookbook and numerous articles on...

What qualities make a good teacher? I remember being asked this question while I was in the Master's Program at The Pilates Center in Boulder.  Although this question is relatively subjective, everyone in the room offered similar suggestions: patience, compassion, wisdom, humility...

Recently I picked up and was inspired by a book I haven't read in a while, The Inner Game of  Tennis by Timothy Gallwey. He eloquently describes the conflict that arises internally between the "I" that gives instructions (self 1), and the "myself," that performs...

Isn't it beautifully refreshing that we don't have to be attached to ideas we've created about ourselves? I thought about this the other day...

Waking up this morning after the storm that we experienced last night I find my self thankful for many things. Little things we take for granted like morning coffee, running water and power...

Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting Jaime Carson at her beautiful location on 73rd between Park Ave and Lexington for one of the best facials I've ever experienced. She is not only a beautiful person inside and out she is a master of...

The human body is a machine that keeps me constantly inspired and humbly in awe. One of the most fascinating systems, in my opinion is the respiratory system. Not because of how effective it is but because of how enormously inefficient it is. Why could...