Anatomy Baby, part 2

Posted on 13 Jan 2015 in Uncategorized


As some of you know I have been studying Embodied Anatomy with Amy Matthews at The Breathing Project since September 2014. The first year we went through every single muscle in the human body and now we are repeating the process mapping and naming every single bone. Now, if you were to ask me to [...]

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Yoga Does Not Aid And Abet Denial

Posted on 13 Jan 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A while back I had two men in my class who were very obese. One had never done yoga before, so I asked him what his goals were, what had moved him to come to class for the first time. He said he was looking to learn breathing and meditation to help him with stress. [...]

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My Shadow

Posted on 28 Apr 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I am reading “The Dark Side Of The Light Chasers” by Debbie Ford. It’s based on the Jungian premise that we can’t live up to our full potential if we deny our shadow side. “You’ve got to learn how to give all of who you are permission to exist.” Makes sense right?! But not so [...]

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Anatomy baby!

Posted on 26 Aug 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Just a quick note to tell you that I will start taking an Embodied Anatomy and Kinesiology* course with Amy Matthews at The Breathing Project this fall! Every Friday afternoon for a year! Yay! As someone who was pretty removed from her own body throughout my youth, yoga has been a way to nurture the [...]

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A break, and coming home!

Posted on 26 Aug 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hi all, I am just back from a long vacation in Europe visiting family and friends. And I will tell you a secret: I did not practice much asana the entire time. Actually, none really. The occasional cat/cow, arm stretch, a seated twist on my chair, but I didn’t go to any classes or roll [...]

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Karaoke, The Mature Way!

Posted on 05 Feb 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I had an evening of karaoke with friends this past weekend. It was fun — we rented a room for three hours, had some drinks, jostled to look up random songs and shamelessly broke into each others’ renditions whenever we felt like it. My husband is the one who organizes our karaoke nights and he [...]

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