Get ready to live life in motion! We explore “When is the right moment to transform?” Change occurs with awareness. You’ll discover ten key principles of a heart-centered leader, learn what it means to be an ever-present pickpocket and how yoga shaped the life of a woman. CK Kochis shares how she is healing from the loss of her son and the inspiration she’s focused on for living life in motion. You’ll enjoy learning new ways to nourish your precious body with our delicious recipes, and much more.

Cover Story

August/September 2017

“Healing Side of Grieving”

“Walking through the grieving process has taught me some
of the grandest lessons of love and compassion.”

Written with Love by C.K. Kochis
on page 23


“My heart exploded with each twist of the steering wheel.”
Soul’s Travel by Natasha Botkin

“We are being pickpocketed on a constant basis, almost as if you were walking dark streets in the most dangerous areas.”
Ever-Present Pickpocket
by Ruthie Lewis

“Do you think it is random, that life deals you a deck of cards and you take what you were dealt? Who taught you that?”
When Will My Life Change? by Debra Oakland

“…let your inner child run with scissors; ignore the internal critic; reach beyond your civilized manners and wreck this book!”
Wreck This Journal (book review) by C.K. Kochis

“Making the decision to stop waiting until it feels right and to act anyway, made it possible for her to pursue her dream of becoming a yoga teacher.”
What’s Ready Got To Do With It? by Rachel Kieffer

“The terrified look on the faces of my children and my grandchildren in my hospital room was the final wake-up call I needed.”
Yoga For Everyone by Barb Parcells

“…woodlands extend beyond sight in the other three directions with several drop off cliffs and mountain biking trails for the thrill seekers.”
The Bountiful Views of Brockway Mountain by C.K. Kochis

“Nothing bad is going to happen; unless you allow your inner critic ego to condemn and judge you.”
Do Over by Natasha Botkin

“Sometimes we don’t realize that we can have a second chance to enjoy the things we believed we had to give up in order to grow up…”
Second Plantings by Barb Parcells