Yoga Therapy: Healing the trauma of modern-day slavery
For D’Lita Miller, her yoga practice helped cope with years of pent-up anger and aggression. In this case, Miller’s emotional backlog is because she […]
Pilates: Supporting yoga practice through Pilates mat work
Much like yoga, Pilates is a practice that over the course of years of study can help you connect on a deeper levels to […]
Meditation Practice: Love the Journey
When we go for a run, we are on a special type of journey where the aim is not necessarily to get somewhere. The journey itself […]
The Embraceable Universe: Meditation with the Radiance Sutras
When the dog jumps up on your map, how do you hold her? What about when the cat glides onto your […]
Teaching Yoga One on One DVD with Julie Carmen
Years ago, a friend invited me to take a yoga class with Julie Carmen at Exhale in Venice since we were both […]
International Association of Yoga Therapists Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research
Some of the most engaging sessions at the International Association of Yoga Therapist’s annual Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research […]
The freedom, peace, and energy that I experience in my body through Pilates, I also find in mountain vistas. While shaping, controlling, and physically training my mind has allowed me […]
Intimacy. This is the path and practice that can be the most uncertain. It is a path of risk and reward. A path of walking into the unknown. It is […]
Heroes and Villains.
Ingénues and Femme Fatales.
Black and White.
These are the sweeping archetypes painted by many classic Hollywood films. From Spaghetti Westerns, where valiant, platinum-clad cowboys face snarling, menacing nemeses […]