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Where have I been?

Often in Yoga I hear wonderful cues that touch my body, my spirit, unlock doors, throw open windows or connect dots. I try to keep them rolling through my brain to muse on for the Yoga journal. Rarely do I come out with the phrase or word, though. Yes the connection, aeration, release and expansion [...]

Everyday Sacred

Forget about saving it up or layering it with requirements. Let the sacred strip limitations away, let it remind us of our limitlessness.

Practice, again

Practice is a motivating word. “Practice” removes perfection from the dialogue completely. I will not ever get to perfection—I will always want to/need to practice. My practice does not aim at perfection, it aims for continuity, it aims for growth, it aims for insight. It is pursuit on a day by day basis. It is [...]

Here and now

What time is it? Now. Where am I? Here. It’s always true and it applies to everything. Yoga is a good reminder of this for me. The Yoga space excludes the cluttered world of screens and screams. The mat is a simple terrain upon which to features muscles, joints, bones, and breath. Here and Now—dismiss [...]

Practice is a verb and a noun

I have doubts, disappointments and sometimes cynicism about getting to any there. But a practice is a stake in the progress—my own, with only my yardstick, my insight, and my curiosity about the journey. This practice notion recognizes the patience and the pace of growth[.]