Stacey J. Warner

Stacey Warner

Stacey J. Warner is a certified life coach, Equus coach and yoga teacher. She received her Bachelor of Arts in drama from the University of Washington. When she was 11 years old, her dad asked her what she wanted to be when she grew up, and she answered “wise.” She’s still working on it. She loves taking people on yoga adventure retreats in Costa Rica; she is the creator of The Intensives, Alchemy for the Soul; and she holds frequent weekend workshops. Her one passion in life is to lessen the suffering of others. She lives in Los Angeles with her 14-year-old son; her dog, Doodle; and her cat, Jasper. To learn more, visit:

March 20, 2018


Determine your depth of doubt – and turn it into confidence

Having doubt and trying to figure out if you are doing the right thing is one of the most difficult things to do. It's like trying to see the back of your head without a mirror. You can’t do it, especially alone.

March 5, 2018


Waking up in a panic? Embrace your anxiety and take this advice

We all have anxiety on some level. It is part of being human. It’s just to what degree and how well can we manage it.

February 12, 2018


Codependency decoded: how to remedy a lack of self-worth

The term has become popular but what does it mean and how can you address it?

January 31, 2018


Relationships & money: 6 helpful hints to get the chat started

For young couples in a relationship, it's never a good time to talk money. But here's some advice for getting your cards on the table and staking a clear understanding forward.

December 29, 2017


Is the shame in your life toxic or motivating?

On the path of mindfulness, sitting with shame can be one of the most difficult things to do. But once you are able to sit with the uncomfortable feeling and not run away from it, you are getting closer to the gold of the true self – the authentic you.

November 28, 2017


Holidays without expectations

The holidays are supposed to be a time of cheer but often times bring up painful emotions, especially if we spend it with family. The lights, music, and overall sense of wonder try to trick us into believing anything is possible and that all of our old wounding, disappointments, and stories will suddenly disappear but the reality is often times much different.

November 12, 2017


Is the desire for happiness making us miserable?

The other day I was walking through the infant section of Target when I noticed that most of the clothing had some sort of affirmation on it, “Be thankful.” “Be Kind.” “Smart like mom.” “Be brave.” “Brave and Strong (like mom).” “History Maker.” I thought to myself, what has the world come to? (In not so many words.)

October 23, 2017


Stay true to yourself, and avoid those social media pitfalls

We’ve all been there, in a pretty good mood, going about our day, waiting in line at the grocery store or at the car wash when we decide to pull out our phones and scroll through Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter and suddenly our mood changes.

September 27, 2017


Dealing with a boss from hell? Find your inner warrior

You’ve landed your dream job, great pay, higher title, private office, and an assistant. You’ve finally “arrived” or so you think until your new boss’s other side comes out and you see the Mr. Hyde of the Dr. Jekyll who hired you.

September 15, 2017

Mindful Living

Self-care: The real deal on the millennial obsession

When you take care of yourself, you are taking care of others. If you do not fill your own well, what you are offering others comes from a place destitute of love.

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