The state of education

The state of education

Trump University is under fire. The legal battle? A judge must determine if the University sells product of some merit (albeit less merit than advertised) or no merit. Sucks? Or sucks less? That the school misrepresents itself has already been decided. The question is pertinent because participants paid thirty-five thousand dollars to take these classes hoping to […]

The Ultimate Solvent

The Ultimate Solvent

I have the ultimate solvent.  How can I store it? Won’t it corrode any container? What is the ultimate solvent? I won’t burst your bubble. The answer to the question is water. Water over time can dissolve iron, dissolve rock, certainly dissolve dried oatmeal off the side of a breakfast bowl. Imagine teaching a Martian how […]

The Big Flap?

The Big Flap?

What distinguishes those of us at the starting line from those of us on the couch is that we learn through running to take what the days gives us, what our body will allow us, and what our will can tolerate.  JOHN “THE PENGUIN” BINGHAM I’m not a doctor. Not a physical therapist. Not a […]

The last of the gone

The last of the gone

With unapologetic trepidation I’ve sign up for another yoga seminar. Why? Because I’m an unapologetic yoga dork! ‘Asswhyhaard, to avoid getting schnookered, knackered and bamboozled by the plethora of invitations that come my way. For example a yoga therapy workshop that was for members only sounded interesting, relevant and affordable except. . . wait a […]

The holy grail of yoga sequences

The holy grail of yoga sequences

Learning doesn’t always follow a straight line. I usually read books cover to cover, but later – later when I’m mulling over what did that really mean? I go back for the hard parts. Right? Am I right? Yoga sequences, when done well, seek to unpack the body, prepping for the final, most complex pose. But I find […]