Category Archives: learning

Advice to a Frustrated Student / The Journey and the Destination

I was teaching a private class recently to someone who feels trapped in her own body, frustrated with not knowing how to free herself.  This is a feeling I remember only too well: the frustration of wanting the change to … Continue reading

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The headstand l…

The headstand lifts your spirits wonderfully. If something is drawing you down, turn upside down, and voila-the downward flow is upended into your head. -H. David Coulter Headstand – King of Asana There are many reasons to do headstands, but … Continue reading

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What’s the point of Restorative Yoga?

It took me years of struggling, comparing myself to others and getting relatively nowhere in my yoga practice before I considered restorative yoga.  Actually, I think it was more curiosity than a desire to try “Restorative”.  I just hadn’t tried … Continue reading

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Nobody Told Us How?

I feel like I can’t just sit by and pass no comment. Work is put on hold as I gather my thoughts through writing them down. I have many thoughts about what has happened at the Boston Marathon. The first: … Continue reading

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Living Bones

Taking a look around the room I’m sitting in I see dust. Ash from the fire, cat hair, soil from the garden and lots and lots of dead skin.  Yup. Lovely thought, I know, but I’m looking around and seeing … Continue reading

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