Author Archives: yogidennis
January Happenings and Beyond
A Very Happy New Year to You! I trust the last days of 2016 and the first days of 2017 have found you setting intentions for a solid foundation in the upcoming year. May you have happiness, joy, and freedom throughout! The only constant is change and the end of 2016 brought the gentle reminderContinue reading “January Happenings and Beyond”
The Peace Project: Be heard without a word
Dear Community, Brooklyn Yoga Project and Sette Creative invite you to join us in a group meditation dedicated to moving forward together in strength, love and commitment to ourselves, each other, our city, and our country. On Friday, Nov. 18, we will gather in Columbus Circle at 530pm and meditation will begin at 6pm toContinue reading “The Peace Project: Be heard without a word”
Over the past 36 hours, for me, it has been mostly about self care. Watching my emotions, acknowledging them, but not identifying them as who I am. Part of that self care has been listening to music. This is a piece I will play for savasana when time permits. When I woke up yesterday (NovemberContinue reading “Self Care”
Election Day Meditation
This election cycle has been a bit contentious. We’ll all find one serious exhale after Tuesday. In the meantime, my fellow teachers at NYHRC are offering Election Day Meditation all day long at various locations. So go vote and then offer yourself an opportunity to calm the f*ck down. Check the schedule. Sit. Inhale. Exhale.
It is going to be ok. Get still and make your next right move.
Open Studio – Saturday, April 23
Of life’s two chief prizes, beauty and truth, I found the first in a loving heart and the second in a laborer’s hand. ~Khalil Gibran My friend, Shelley Himmelstein is having an open studio this weekend Saturday, April 23 2016 from 2pm–6pm. The studio is at 488 Morgan Avenue Brooklyn, NY (L train to GrahamContinue reading “Open Studio – Saturday, April 23”
The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson The political discourse these days has me feeling a little glum. While I don’t believe the noise created byContinue reading “Help Yourself!”