To help deal with the current wet weather pattern, I’ve decided to re-purpose an earlier post called’Rainy Day Practice’. Do poses from this sequence to help alleviate that pesky condition called S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder). The program below is designed to generate heat and dry out internals organs–and put a smile on your face.read more
This yogi travels to America Everyone seems to understand this important bit of information except me: I am an American. Yes, it is true. I was born in the USA seventy-two and a half years ago. But because I've lived in Australia for 41 years and have my Aussie...read more
What is exercising your 'no' muscle? Your 'no' muscle is not tangible in the way that your biceps are. Your 'no' muscle is not really a muscle at all. Yet your 'no' muscle packs way more power than your rectus abdominis (abdominals). And it saves your energy, not...read more
In September this year, I will be presenting a workshop called 'Befriending Backbends' at the wonderful Ekam Festival. Backbends are the family of poses that people often feel passionate about in a kind of love-hate way. It makes sense to me to present a workshop that...read more
Recently, I taught a daylong workshop that I titled 'Yoga Therapy in a Palliative Care Setting'. It was a beautiful day attended by 11 yoga therapy trainees, learning about end of life. These participants were willing to be in touch with their feelings relating to...read more
I’ve discovered that when I’m carried along on the wings of my choir, I can sing. And, it’s pure joy to join with people to create harmony.read more
I wonder how many of you readers will want to open this post on the topic of death and dying. No one will blame you if you don't. We do live in a death phobic culture. We are acculturated to not think about death and dying. So, you can be forgiven for not wanting to...read more
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