winter care

winter care

If you think about winter in elemental or weather terms, our climate here has been cold and dry. Hopefully we’re are headed into some wetter months ahead, which will change how we ideally care for the physical body and our overall health. There’s a system...
long way home

long way home

The most perfect description of the on-going-ness of spiritual practice and the practice of yoga — or any relationship, for that matter — comes from Mark Nepo, poet and teacher. Mark’s most popular book, The Book of Awakening, was recommended by a...
winter solstice rituals

winter solstice rituals

You must learn one thing. The world was made to be free in. Give up all the other worlds except the one to which you belong. -David Whyte Winter Solstice — the shortest day of the year — is Thursday. “Solstice” comes from two Latin words: sol meaning...

two new workshops

Workshops in the works! Two upcoming offerings… Seasonal Care : Winter to Spring Address the unique symptoms that can arise from the upcoming seasonal transition — colds, mucous, sluggish energy and digestion — using the accessible tools of Ayurveda...
yoga philosophy for today

yoga philosophy for today

You know the phrase, “You get better at what you practice?” The follow up to this truth is the real wisdom: “So be careful what you practice.” The spiritual path is hard work, and sometimes it’s lonely. But we do it because we want to...