Archive for May, 2012

No Class Memorial Day, May 28

Published on May 26, 2012

It was very difficult to find an image that represents this holiday for me. I honor the commitment of those who have given their lives to maintain our freedom, but it is difficult for me to honor the concept of war. Ahimsa, the principal of non-harming, is not in alignment with war. I have to […]

Blossom in your practice

Published on May 19, 2012

I tend to find alot of similarities between my yoga practice and the natural world. One comparison I find striking this year is the what is going on in my garden and what is happening in my practice. The Spring brings blooming in the garden. This year, so many things in the garden didn’t bloom […]

Doin’ it “right”

Published on May 12, 2012

Whether it is mediation or asana practice, how do you know if you are doing in right? Do you need someone to confirm that you are holding the pose correctly or what you are feeling in meditation is what you are “supposed to” feel? What I can tell you is that the more you practice […]

Why I teach yoga

Published on May 6, 2012

Never give up I hope you take the time to click on the above link (Click on “Never give up”). I cried as I watched this, at times with laughter and then with respect. Yoga played a large part of healing the ails I came with and continues to keep me without chronic pain (and […]