Archive for the 'Sarayu Yoga' Category



“Listen, are you breathing just a little and calling it a life?”

Published on June 29, 2019

This is a line from poet Mary Oliver. In it’s simplicity, it reminds me to take those deep important breaths as I dive into life. This week, breath deep and live your yoga and practice your postures as you can. There are no yoga classes July 1-5. The church is cleaning and sealing the floors. […]


Savoring the season

Published on June 22, 2019

Late June gives us so much to savor! Wildflowers, our gardens, intermittently cool nites. Here is my yearly June savor from my flower garden, a dahlia called “Dark side of the sun”. From the foliage to the flower, this plant encourages me to slow down and savor all the beauty of June. This last week […]


Back on track!

Published on June 15, 2019

Are you savoring the late Spring? It isn’t summer quite yet, but it feels like it is. This week we will pass thru the Summer Solstice, the mid point of our year. These warmer months bring us challenges and joys to savor: time with family, beautiful evenings out doors, bountiful water in streams and lakes. […]


Reminder: Monday Nite only this week!

Published on June 9, 2019

Just a reminder! Monday Nite June 10 from 6:30-8pm is our only class this week due to chalice camp. We will have a lovely Yin practice! See you then!


June: Savoring the summer

Published on June 5, 2019

What do you savor in life? Whatever it is for you, savoring makes life worth living! This week and next week as well, we’ll savor Yin yoga for our Hatha class. Chair yoga yogi’s always savor time together and catching up! Thursday, June 6, 3-4pm. Chair Yoga. Have you been practicing? Let’s have some gentle […]


Curiosity: Never Stop

Published on May 26, 2019

As I searched the web for pictures of curiosity that spoke to me, I noted that most photos were of kids. That of course makes sense as little ones are the ultimate of curious as everything under the sun is new to them. The practice of Buddhism encourages a quality called, “beginner’s mind“. It encompasses […]


Where has your curiosity lead you this week?

Published on May 18, 2019

It really is about “living our best life”, as Ophra says.Staying in the curiosity mode can lead us to new ideas, people and experiences. It is really all about having an attitude that encourages all of this to come toward us. Have you done something this past week that opened you up to the new […]


A month of curiosity

Published on May 5, 2019

Curiosity is said to be an important element in the aging process. Staying curious throughout our lives, helps keeps us young. The world is moving so fast that it seems impossible to stay “up to date” or current about everything around us. We can open up to something new, learn about it, discuss it with […]


Reparare: To make ready

Published on April 27, 2019

My aunt, the last of a familiar generation, is actively dying this week. She is well cared for in a hospice facility and is “comfortable”. I know that code word. I am glad for her. We had many telephone conversations over the years since her husband passed, where she continuously questioned why she was the […]


Happy holiday!

Published on April 22, 2019

This weekend turned out to be a busy one. I hope everyone celebrated with friends and family. Here’s our yoga schedule for this week: Monday Nite Hatha Yoga April 22, 6:30-8pm We’ll incorporate some Yoga for Healthy Aging principals. Thursday, April 25 Chair Yoga 3-4pm. Jenny G. should be back this week to put us […]