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
I would like to say that I am an everyday meditator. That over the years I've been able to sit for longer and longer periods of time. And that, because of my meditating acumen, I am a better, nicer and more together person. But no. I'm still totally human, with many...read more
I don't pretend to be enlightened in any shape or form. The fact that I am a yoga teacher doesn't mean I am immune to frailties and suffering. In fact, I may be more sensitive to them. I end up paying attention to things somebody else might...read more
I've taught many different aspects of yoga, but I do have my favourite subjects. I was able to teach one of these yesterday--yoga adjustments--at Forster Yoga Studio. I presented theory and practice on the hands-on, physical way of instructing students in postures. In...read more
The Writer's Inner Critic I've been thinking about what to write on 'Yoga Suits Her' this week and come up blank. In fact, in the last month I've skipped my weekly posting twice. Another of the weeks, my friend Angelika did a lovely guest post on The Beauty of Yoga...read more
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