It was brought to my attention this month that I very often engage in a conversation that many people have never considered having.
The mind and the ego create the identification with the world and that in turn creates our belief in what we consider a reality. This..
Here’s a story for you, a common story that I hear from many, many yoga practitioners, especially those who have practised for 5 years or..
I am absolutely one of those annoying people who doesn’t seem to understand the concept of time and always find myself saying at the end..
While I have written about my experience of grief these last few months, I have never mentioned the name of my dear friend that passed..
I have had this conversation a lot with other yoga teachers, and I had it again this morning: over the last 20 years, yoga has become..
I’ve been thinking a lot about santosa, the fifth of the niyamas (personal observances), lately. The premise of santosa is to be..
“I commit to a daily, weekly and monthly self-care ritual. I invest in the nourishment of my body, mind and soul.”
Want to take this..
In yoga theory we read about aparigraha, or “non-attachment”. As humans we all too easily become attached to whatever it is that makes..
Grief has left my body contracted, sore and queasy.
It has left my mind heavy, slow and disjointed.
My well is dry.
These days I do not..