Gail Vogt

Hello, I’m
Gail Vogt

Senior Marketing Director

Dharma (your purpose in life)
To know and experience love

Happy Place
Sitting outside, surrounded by nature, at dusk

Favorite self-care practice
Yoga Nidra and sound baths

My Mind-Body Type
  • A symbol of Kapha dosha

    Kapha

    Primary Type

  • A symbol of Pitta dosha

    Pitta

    Secondary Type

Recommended articles

Endless space to dream
Personal Growth

The Importance of Doing Nothing: Art of Relaxation

Most of us occasionally dream about being embarrassed in social settings. But even in waking life, many of us operate as if the neighbors might gossip or the critics might sneer. We suffer this untold shame and create smaller, weaker, less zestful lives than we deserve. These efforts to avoid embarrassment often keep us from imagining—let alone fulfilling—the measure of our destiny. Keep reading to learn more about how to free yourself from the glare of self-consciousness.

Rachelle Williams
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Personal Growth

Cultural Appropriation vs. Cultural Appreciation: How to Do Better

With generations of consistent movement of people all around the globe and the ever-increasing globalization of society comes the transference of goods, foods, traditions, languages, music, and people. Cultures morph, combust, and combine. Almost every ritual, practice, and beloved tradition you have ever (or never) heard of comes from another. There is a sweetness and connection that comes from, say, lighting a candle in honor of your ancestors just as they did for theirs many generations ago, even if you don’t do it exactly the same way as they did. We can appreciate and honor the intention behind original traditions, while still making them our own for modern contexts.

Lena Schmidt