Starlings in Winter

Photograph by Linda Tanner Chunky and noisy,but with stars in their black feathers,they spring from the telephone wireand instantly they are acrobatsin the freezing wind.And now, in the theater of air,they swing over buildings, dipping and rising;they float like one...
Integration Pause

Integration Pause

The blog has been pretty quiet since I returned from Mexico over a year ago. Despite the lack of posts, I have created a handful of videos this year with guided meditations and breath practices. If you haven’t signed up for my email list, you can right here and...

Miracles and Wonders

At the beginning of December I was on my way to Puerto Vallarta, the first stop on my way to attend a transformational retreat on offering yoga at end-of-life. Mexico was an astounding place to visit. From delightful people, happy to help me practice my very rusty...
Bedside Yoga for End-of-Life Care

Bedside Yoga for End-of-Life Care

In 2015 I was asked to sub a class for older adults, Gentle Hatha Yoga. The teacher was going to be gone for a couple of weeks and I was in the system as a sub, the club was running out of options and gave me a ring. After a couple of weeks I was asked if I’d be...
Child’s Pose – Balasana

Child’s Pose – Balasana

Pose of the Month: Balasana, “Child’s Pose” Sanskrit: Bāla – Child, infant Bālāsana – Child’s Pose   If you’ve ever attended a yoga class there’s a good chance you’ve heard an instructor say something along...