Iced Up!

Iced Up!

Yesterday I made it out to one of my favorite classes. I spend so much time focused on teaching each week, that sinking into being merely a student for 90 minutes is blissful. As I returned home a light, fine snow began to fall. By bedtime we had about an inch, which...
Beginnings

Beginnings

The turning of the year is a popular time for reflection and for making resolutions to change this, do that, learn how to, lose, gain. Every January I see a big influx of new students, checking out yoga for the very first time. While several will stay, by February...
Building a Foundation to Dance On

Building a Foundation to Dance On

I’ve been reading some of Peter A. Levine’s books this past month, including In an Unspoken Voice: How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness, and I was really struck by his use of a bit of the I Ching, particularly the 1950 translation by Richard...
10 Years of Teaching

10 Years of Teaching

This month, as of October 15th, I have been honored to teach yoga for 10 years. A decade of offering the light of Yoga to others. There have been some breaks in there, times when my own health needed attention and the rest of not teaching. The span however, from my...