Yoga

The Week After the Supermoon

Posted by on Oct 27, 2016

On the kitchen table there was an old bouquet of flowers. I felt a little sorry for them and methodically removed what was dry, wilted or rotten. I didn’t know if there would be all that much left.

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I’m worried about you.

Posted by on Sep 8, 2016

I’m worried about you.

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Our Obstacles, Our Selves.

Posted by on Apr 15, 2016

When I first started to practice yoga, I was a young-ish adult with some history as a dancer and gymnast. Many of the poses, including those that a teacher-friend calls yoga’s “circus tricks,” were quite accessible.

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Only Connect—Our practice and each other

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016

I’ve been thinking about how we learn and how we sustain our learning. And eventually, how our learning sustains us.

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The World in Us

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015

The World in Us

Many of us urban meditators long to take to our cushions in a quiet place. This in fact was one of the inspirations for a yoga and meditation retreat that my friend Linda Sparrowe and I recently led in the rainforest of Costa Rica.

On the first day as we were chatting with Tom Newmark, the founder of Finca Luna Nueva, the bio-sustainable farm and research center to which we had brought our group, he mentioned that his greatest difficulty with the city was it was too darn quiet! “You’ll see,” he smiled raising his eyebrows; “it is noisy here, very noisy.”

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Who Is Your Teacher?

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014

Who Is Your Teacher?

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