Welcome

The desire for well-being and fulfillment has brought many to the practices of Yoga. Yoga’s wisdom is an entry point into accessing our innate well-being and yoga’s disciplines are the path to fulfillment. Hopefully this website will provide inspiration, companionship, guidance and provoke self-inquiry for those of us on the path.  Blog posts below (click the title …

As it all unfolds

We are still here, sheltering in our homes. It’s amazing to think it’s been a month since I last wrote, on the first day of Spring, and that since that time I have not been beyond my home and Central Park. Not that things are at a standstill– the whole world is changing. NYC has been the epicenter of …

The Spring update- more so, a whole new world

In my world everything is moving online. Everything that can. We are all tied to the place we have landed most recently. Home for now. There is uncertainty and there is a push to restructure and rethink and remodel… In all of this, as yogis, we are invited to re-cognize– to see ourselves anew, to …

Our Conditioned Structures

The year of the Rat has begun! I happen to be a rat, and somehow never learned much of the significance. As things often go when we have a practice of inviting Grace into our lives, something becomes known when you need to know it. We practice inviting Grace into our lives through loved-filled discipline and purpose. …

Anusara Yoga’s Therapeutic Applications

Anusara Yoga’s Therapeutic Applications Retreat setting in Manitou Springs, CO Sunday, June 28-Thursday, July 2, 2020 In this training, we will bridge the forefront of holistic science with our own working knowledge of the efficacy of the Anusara yoga practice. More than just learning a new set of therapeutic adjustments, we will focus on the …

Our movement, shaped by our container

The observation of water in motion- swirling, vibrant, fluid- puts our own tissues at ease. The ebbs and the flows, the pushes and the pulls, the clarity and the confusion, the triumphs and the struggles, all become held in their greater context of movement and mobility. We are water forms after all. It’s our nature …