Enough

As I looked and looked around for photos that I could use to send you along with this note today (just in case you forgot what I look like), I realize how few photos of myself I take, especially for a yoga teacher. I don’t do pretzel poses and I have not gone...

The Yin of Resiliency

Over the weekend, I facilitated the last of a three-weekend teacher training for yoga teachers who want to learn about Yin Yoga. Because of my own interests, it deals with subjects not usually present in trainings like this, namely how trauma and stress dysregulate...

Get outside!

View this post on Instagram It’s not just about exercise but also about entraining your biorhythms with more natural rhythms than, say, the news cycle. With apologies for cutting off half my head during most of this, but perhaps you’ll be motivated to release the grip...

Order as a Resiliency Practice

Watch my video chat from March 14th on the importance of “order” to get us through this time (I’m slow on the uptake, but this is the first IG chat I did — and realized that several of you have been asking about my blog. Finally figured out how...

Acceptance as Practice during Covid19

Watch my video chat from March 16th on how important it is to cultivate acceptance during times of personal or collective adversity   (reposted here by request from those of you missing my blog posts!) One of my greatest teachers has been illness. While I hope we all...

Relationships as a Spiritual Practice

Watch my video chat from March 19th here It’s odd how during a time of social distancing, we can have a lot more time with certain others than we ever thought possible. (Plus who knows how long it will last???) For me, relationships are a primary spiritual practice,...