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Yoga + Archaeology: Excavation of the Self

Before I was a yoga teacher I was a student of many things, one of which was Archaeology.  I told my mother when I was 3 that I wanted to be an archaeologist and when I finally got to university … Continue reading

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Expansion and Contraction

This week I have been teaching LOTS which is great.  It really helps me hone my game and works to make my teaching clearer.  Teaching is of course a practice in and of itself. What I have been inspired by … Continue reading

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Yoga: A Tool of Inquiry

So yesterday I made it to another class thanks to the help of my mom who always is willing to come hang out with my daughter.  What I loved about the class was that the teacher (and my dear friend) … Continue reading

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Back on the Horse

Well you know what they say, if you fall off the horse the best thing to do is to get back on it.  So here I am back to blogging after a small hiatus.  I had initially thought that I … Continue reading

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“People always show you who they are, believe them.”

– Maya Angelou I was eating rumballs and drinking tea with my friend yesterday and she shared this quote with me.  It made my whole body stop with its utter brilliance, but who would expect anything less from Maya Angelou.  … Continue reading

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There’s a limit to your love…

“There’s a limit to your love – Feist I’ve been working a lot this week with being truthful and coming out of hiding.  Like I’ve said before I’m not a liar but I’m certainly a hider.  I definitely retreat in … Continue reading

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Is It Serving You?

A student asked me the other day the difference between, ‘is this serving me’ and  ‘sense of entitlement.’  I thought this was such an interesting question and one that deserved a public forum. What does ‘is this serving me’ actually … Continue reading

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