sicily retreat – may 2023

Join me and Ossi Raveh, May 27 – June 3, 2023, at Sicilian Spirit yoga and retreat center, located in Madonie, Sicily. The Masseria is a certified organic farm and retreat center in a 17th century farmhouse, surrounded by 25 hectares of a lush private park. There will be daily morning asana practice in theContinue reading “sicily retreat – may 2023”

baja mexico retreat – january 2023

Join Ossi Raveh and I on our Winter retreat in Baja Mexico, January 29 — February 4, 2023, at the beautiful Yandara Institute. We’ll explore the yamas and niyamas; our ethical practices of yoga. They are guidelines for how we treat ourselves and the world around us. Feeling stuck? These moral precepts help us gainContinue reading “baja mexico retreat – january 2023”

When Great Trees Fall

When Great Trees Fall By Maya Angelou When great trees fall, rocks on distant hills shudder, lions hunker down in tall grasses, and even elephants lumber after safety. When great trees fall in forests, small things recoil into silence, their senses eroded beyond fear. When great souls die, the air around us becomes light, rare,Continue reading “When Great Trees Fall”

baja, mexico retreat – march 2022

The chakra system is a bridge between: heaven and earth, inner and outer, above and below, mind and body. The chakras form a ladder allowing us to climb to heaven or get down to earth. The goal of the chakra system is about wholeness and integration. It is a template for transformation and a formulaContinue reading “baja, mexico retreat – march 2022”

What You’re Feeling is Grief

I’ve been saying this to folks in my circle for the past few months. In the West we don’t deal with grief particularly well. We want it done and over with; whether it’s others or ourselves. Well, it just doesn’t work that way. Click through to read the article. For some, the tools we haveContinue reading “What You’re Feeling is Grief”

New Class!

As the last hours of Summer slip into Autumn, no doubt this message finds you moving back towards a bit of “routine” (whatever that means these days) in your life. While I’ve been teaching through the pandemic, the start of Autumn has offered me the opportunity to add a new class to my schedule. BeginningContinue reading “New Class!”