Recently I travelled to London for a yoga teacher training in Katonah Yoga with Abbie Galvin. My yoga head was turned upside down. Katonah yoga twists, bends, binds, connects and opens you to new perspectives on familiar poses.Read More
A short trip to the sea from the city to begin the year. It felt so good to be by nature. Though I have never lived by the sea, there is something so familiar about seeing and hearing the waves, breathing in the salty air. And yet. There is also something inside of me that puts so much pressure on such trips for everything to be perfect,
This weekend we finally finished unpacking. It's amazing how much pleasure I can get from taking in ten shelves lovingly filled with my booksRead More
Dear Yin Yoga,
Thank you once again for saving my butt. For being there ever ready to gently bring me back to earth.Read More
As we move,
Dancing swallows above,Read More
I have been asking the same question for some time now. This question comes in many disguises and is very good at showing up when I feel least capable of answering it. This question gets a lot of press, this question gets around.Read More
Home is the opposite of being lost.
Home is time and time again always there.
Whatever peace I know rests in the natural world, in feeling myself a part of it, even in a small way. ~May Sarton in Journal Of A Solitude*Read More