Monthly Archives: April 2011

We now interrupt this flow…

Tomorrow morning I will lead my first team-taught workshop. It is called “Painting from the Third Eye” – a day of yoga and watercolor.” It will be a bit of a relay between myself and the esteemed artist Kathy Lemke … Continue reading

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The post in which I redefine #winning

(Note: the following is transcribed from an entry written yesterday afternoon at a coffee shop – with pen! On paper!) I write this from the spacious murmur of Old Soul at 40 Acres. It is Thursday, April 21st, and the … Continue reading

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Caffeine, Nicotine, and Inappropriate Feelings (or: what not to do your first week of yoga.)

In 1996, I took my first yoga class. I only took a second one because I had instantly developed a crush on my teacher. I would like to offer my youth as my excuse – I had no idea yet … Continue reading

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The Perils of Success

More people read my post last Friday than usual. A lot more. I tell you this not to toot my own horn, but so you’ll understand that I enjoyed the success for approximately 36 hours, until Saturday afternoon, when I … Continue reading

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When the cover of Yoga Journal is not enough

There is inherent value to diversity in yoga. Everyone benefits from a yoga community which represents a wide range of ages, abilities, ethnicities, gender identities and life experiences. Which is why the cover of the Yoga Journal has been such … Continue reading

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