January 2, 2019

Since my move to another city, I have been grappling with who I am.  Not because I knew that answer before I moved, but because it was easier to hide behind the roles I so comfortably played in my previous life. I was a mother, a yoga teacher, a friend, a wife.  Better...

March 2, 2018

On February 23rd, I celebrated my 19th year of teaching.  In reflecting on my years of teaching yoga, I thought about what first brought me to the discipline as well as the changing nature of my relationship to both my practice and my teaching....

May 19, 2017

In the yoga sutras, Patanjali identifies 5 types of thoughts in an effort to zero in on the ways in which our minds can be distracted.  In addition to naming them, he also says that these 5 kinds of thoughts can be harmful or non-harmful.  In this way, practitioners ca...

February 9, 2017

Technology is often blamed for distraction from the life that is all around us.  I tend to agree since I am as attached to my phone as anyone I know and am constantly checking my texts, emails and studio Instagram account .  But one positive thing technology has offere...

February 2, 2017

I recently read a quote by William Blake, an English poet, that said "Kiss the joy as it flies." I love it because, within the quotation marks, is one of the most difficult practices yoga presents to us.  How do we recognize that the experiences we associate with joy a...

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