Author Archives: Andria Corso

Are You Stuck in Your Story?

We live most of our lives based on the stories we have running through our head each moment.  The fact is that our experiences are based on our beliefs and expectations; that is what we filter our life through. I coach clients every day who … More …

Embracing Who You Are

I am about to celebrate my forty-ninth birthday. FORTY-NINE. I shake my head at that number because as much of a blessing as it is (I know many will never live to see age 49), it seems like it came quickly. I swear my mom … More …

Yoga (Life) Lessons from a Non-Yogi

I started doing yoga three months ago. I never thought I’d last a month, let alone three… I reluctantly began my yoga practice as a necessity. After consistently experiencing overuse injuries the past few years due to not enough stretching and too much overtraining, I … More …

One Breath at A Time

I recently watched one of my dearest friends do the unimaginable. She buried her 2-year old son after he spent half of his life fighting cancer.  Make no mistake, he was as strong as they come and fought harder than most people could have; yet, … More …

It’s Just a Story

We all have stories that run on repeat in our head; tales we’ve learned to recite based on our experiences and also based on what we’ve heard from others throughout our lives.  Your entire life is made up of the stories you tell; those about … More …

Honoring Your Need for Boundaries

Boundaries – those things we need to set and honor when we realize someone continually encroaches on our space, violates us, drains us, or things have gotten to a place where some type of limit must be set to maintain a healthy relationship. I’ll be … More …

Do-Over

Last week I decided I needed to start 2019 over again. We were only ten days into the year, and things definitely were not going as I intended. In fact, the year began with things not going as planned when my husband and I had … More …

Thanks For the Lessons, 2018

Like every other year, 2018 has been full of joys, sorrows, and tons of lessons. For me, the lessons tend to repeat themselves. It’s like the same things keep showing up in different formats. It reminds me of that quote by Pema Chodron: “Nothing ever … More …

Getting Ready for The New Year

The end of the year is upon us, and I’ve already heard chatter amongst friends, clients, and family about New Year’s resolutions. I’m not one for setting New Year’s resolutions, but I am a fan of setting intentions for what you want to create in … More …

Holiday Triggers

The holidays are here, and, in many homes, families are gathering together to celebrate. This is a prime opportunity to not only (hopefully) have some fun, but also for us to be triggered. You know, something sets you off or causes an unexpected (and often … More …