Shooting Our Arrows

This week I watched Paris is Burning, a 1990 documentary film about people who find themselves in the margins of society and create a world where they can belong. The film drags at time, pun intended, but overall, it’s a remarkable storytelling piece that humanizes and poses (another pun) lots of questions. The film ends… Continue reading Shooting Our Arrows

Strength, Capacity and New Perspectives

Sometimes our world turns upside down and the best we can do is find our balance, use our strength and capacity to notice new perspectives, adjust our approach, and embrace fully new possibilities. I was able to use @lucasrockwood ‘s yoga trapeze today, the first time since my accident. I like this image because you… Continue reading Strength, Capacity and New Perspectives

Points of Grace and Strength

It’s been six weeks since my bicycle accident. Thankfully, my recovery is coming along well. I woke up today noticing that my nerve pain to my hand has diminished some. The small shift reminded me that nothing ever stays the same. We live in a world of constant change. As silly as it sounds, the… Continue reading Points of Grace and Strength

With Intention

We are on this planet for a short time. What kind of impact do we want to have? Everyday is an opportunity. Can we walk in such a way that our love can serve as a signpost to those who come after us? Live with intention. via Instagram

Yoga after Bicycle Accident

I led my first yoga practice at the Dice House last night. Four weeks after the accident, I found myself back in our neighborhood yoga community surrounded by friends and neighbors and a whole lot of love. As I started the class, my heart filled with gratitude. What an incredible privilege it is to practice.… Continue reading Yoga after Bicycle Accident