Most of us are pretty happy with some areas of our lives, and feel that others…need work. Do you have something that you feel a little out of control around? Maybe it’s your weight, or your eating, or your work, or your consistent poor choices in relationships. Well, you don’t HAVE to feel like a [...]
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Three years ago, when I was struggling with how to lay boundaries with a difficult student, another, much beloved, student, gave me a book. It was Teaching Yoga, by Donna Farhi. It prompted this post. I still agree with what I said there, although my understanding of how this might happen has deepened. I used [...]
This post is by special request. A friend has been re-reading Mark Whitwell’s book, Yoga of Heart, and she asked me to clarify what Strength Receiving means.It’s going to be fun, because I teach this stuff in class all the time but have never really tried to articulate it in writing before. Here goes, and [...]
I will be the first to admit that I am a bit of a cynic when it comes to marriage. A marriage break-up will do that. So I thought I would tell you the story of the nicest wedding I have ever been too. But first, let’s talk about many of the others I have [...]
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Happy New Year, everyOne! I did this last year, instead of setting goals in the usual way, and found it to be an incredibly powerful practice. Boy, did I open and release last year. All the old, and I mean all of it, is gone, and now, as Fiona Apple sings, I got my feet [...]
So, what exactly did I get up to at that yoga retreat with Mark Whitwell in Fiji? In short, I danced, did lots of yoga, experienced yoga, drank wine. In case you were wondering, doing yoga and experiencing yoga are not necessarily the same thing. Many of us successfully practice what looks like yoga in [...]
This week, it’s mostly about the weather. Finally, some sun, yesssss. Blue skies and warm sunshine Visiting Kate and her delightful partner in Castlemaine. It was SUCH fun, and I might have to move in under their kitchen table. That’s where the most sun falls. Will follow sun like cat Walks in the sun, yoga [...]
I have wanted to write this post for a long time, but have struggled to find the language. I am still struggling a little, but here goes: My grandmother has thus far lived what can only be called an Interesting Life. Which is to say, if you looked at her life from the outside, you [...]
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