1111, 2016

Taking Solace, Seeing Patterns & Making Plans for Action

November 11th, 2016|0 Comments

Having been an atheist for much of my adult life, I used to have a hard time understanding how people took solace from their religion in times of despair. So it is to my great [...]

1109, 2016

Personal Practice: Cory Bryant

September 11th, 2016|0 Comments

A few weeks ago, I started what I plan to be a series of posts on how some of my favorite yogis go about establishing a personal practice. I couldn’t be more excited to highlight [...]

3107, 2016

Personal Practice: What Does it Look Like for You?

July 31st, 2016|0 Comments

Despite incessant resolutions to commit to my practice, I have long struggled with creating a daily sadhana that sticks. The stereotype of a committed yogi, though, is one who wakes before the sun and spends [...]

407, 2016

Three is the Magic Number

July 4th, 2016|0 Comments

I had a conversation recently about how having too many priorities is pretty much the same thing as having no priorities whatsoever. With all apologies to the United Nation and its various sundry goals (17 [...]

2606, 2016

Has Yoga Lost Its Soul?

June 26th, 2016|0 Comments

I was speaking to a friend recently who, like me, was missing a retired yoga teacher that had had a profound impact on her. Neither of us has felt a connection to another teacher in [...]

304, 2016

At Home in the Om Cooked Kitchen

April 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

I’ve struggled with my weight my entire life. Last year, I put the pedal to the metal and lost 30 pounds. But I did it in a way I wasn’t entirely thrilled about – I [...]