“You’re Not Too Old to do Yoga!”

“You’re Not Too Old to do Yoga!”

Last month I let you know that I would be sharing a student story <almost> every month and I shared Kathy Harris’ story. I believe each of us has a story and as I’ve been teaching yoga, I’m learning anyone who does yoga has a yoga story.  I have always been...
// F O C U S //

// F O C U S //

I’ve had the luxury of having a great deal of flexibility in my schedule this past year, but with a busy fall coming up, I will need to get more focused to ensure I am spending my time on my highest priorities. I am a dabbler, which means I dabble in a lot of...
A Crooked Path

A Crooked Path

““Pursue some path however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.” ~ Henry David Thoreau It’s been one year since I left HP. My path since then has indeed been crooked, but rather than narrow, mine has been wide. And wandering. With many...
The Food, Oh the Food!

The Food, Oh the Food!

I’m not a vegetarian or vegan nor do I have plans to be one, though we have some history with vegetarianism. We read a book in the early 90’s, Diet for a New America, and it had a diet altering impact on us and we stopped eating meat for a couple of years early in our...
The Sanctuary at Two Rivers for Yoga Teacher Training

The Sanctuary at Two Rivers for Yoga Teacher Training

While exploring Yoga Teacher Training options and looking at the Sanctuary at Two Rivers website, I tried repeatedly to map it on Google. I was unsuccessful and that is probably when I knew that this was the place I wanted to be. From the Sanctuary’s website: “This...

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