What’s best for you

What’s best for you

Behavior begins as an experiment. If you don’t believe me, hang out with babies. Real babies. Infants. Balancing on their tummies, babies stretch and reach lifting their thighs and arms like little airplanes. Why? They’re experimenting. Learning their bodies. Practicing co-ordination. Without words they are figuring. And so do you. Unless you have an unusual […]

Full Circle Rainbow

Full Circle Rainbow

There’s been a shift in instruction, the art of teaching, from growth toward proficiency. A shift that began with the George W Bush presidency. When Bush acknowledges our present system isn’t doing so well, he suggests a policy of “No Child Left Behind.”  Too many drop-outs equals too many uneducated, ill-educated, maladjusted Americans who can’t […]

The pain that has not yet happened

The pain that has not yet happened

In the paradox that is Vedic philosophy two ideas emerge. The first, “suffering is not necessary,” is the lighthouse towards most followers fly. Like moths drawn to a lamp the journey is short and well-illumed but getting close is perilous. Such people are quick to spout, “Don’t have a judgement. Nothing is real. It’s all […]

My Brilliant Career continued. . .

My Brilliant Career continued. . .

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Celebrate with me at YogaYoga January 1, 2017 at 10am. This class commemorates Sahasrara, or Crown chakra. Come if you know nothing about yoga or everything or anywhere in between – this class is welcoming everyone. Sahasrara marks my interest in the neurology of yoga. Your body does NOT have […]