Hi everyone. I hope that as you bump into this post you are feeling well. I wanted to share a short clip from last week’s community yoga class. We started with a grounding meditation, allowing ourselves to settle in and slow down. This basic meditation practice can go a long way. It is quite tame… Continue reading The Meditation Practice is Tame
If you soak a sponge in honey, you squeeze it and honey comes out. If you soak a sponge in vinegar, you squeeze it and vinegar comes out. David Nichtern A student sent me a message letting me know that our school food pantry was working with Miami Rescue Mission collecting women’s sport’s wear along… Continue reading Soaking a Sponge in Honey
Noticing the stories that run through our mind allows us to raise awareness and experience personal growth.
When faced with danger, animals have three basic responses. The first two are well known by most, but the freeze response is one that is often overlooked. Animals when faced with imminent death or extreme danger sometimes freeze and lose their ability to move. Think of opossums! This reaction sometimes confuses the predator, allowing for… Continue reading Fight, Flight or FREEZE
Do what you can to come back to yourself, your heart, your body. Yoga practice is like the breadcrumbs in the forest leading us back home.
How are you treating yourself these days? Sometimes we demand so much of ourselves, that in the process we lose more than we realize.
There’s no 3-step-process to change a lifetime of stressful living. There is a way, however, to transform mind-heart-body. We can begin today in that process. Join us.
All fears are based on perception. Knowing this can free us up to live more fully.
This past week we visited a friend who had a sudden fall and broken her hip. She was cleaning and her leg gave out. She had her hip replaced and looking to a long process of rehab. She is in her early 60’s. The statistics on falls are not very promising. It’s estimated that 1/3… Continue reading Strength and Balance