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I was recently reading through some of my past blog posts, and I came across one that I wrote right after the holidays a couple of years ago. It was about a practice I took on that holiday season of things being "good enough." Here's an excerpt from the post: This...
Today I got lost – almost literally in my backyard. Well, almost the backyard of the yoga studio, that is. I had heard about a park just down the street from the UP studio, Paradise Pond Park. A couple of people had told me about it some time ago, and it took me more...
A couple of weeks ago, I returned from a 7-day silent meditation retreat. “7 days of silence?!” people ask, stunned at the thought. Honestly, the silence is not the difficult part. For me, an introvert, it’s quite nice to not have to talk, not have to interact or make...
One of the conversations we have been having in our current Yoga Teacher Training is about the value or detriment of mindfulness hitting the mainstream. When Jon Kabat-Zinn introduced the word and concept of mindfulness to health care in the 70's, with the creation of...
The longer I teach and practice yoga, the gentler my teaching and practice become. I tell my yoga friends, “pretty soon we will just be doing Savasana for 90 minutes!” That might be an exaggeration, but for me (and for many teachers I know), there is a broader...