When John and I first struck up a conversation after hearing about each other for years, we both had our heads down writing books. Not much has changed in the last 5 years. The subject matter is different but were both still at it. We are loving the daily routine of writing, yoga, more writing, … More What’s new in our corner
Yesterday my partners daughter and I were discussing the latest trends in website design. She shared that most people don’t want to click a link anymore, they just want to scroll down and get the gist of what you offer. It’s all about K I S S ( keep it simple stupid) It’s a great … More Keep it Simple Stupid
It’s frantic out there in the Yoga world. Just recently, while teaching a dedicated group in Zurich, one of the participants shared that there are more yoga teachers in Zurich than any other city in Europe. It seems everyone wants to do a teacher training to get to know more about yoga. I remember … More Who wants to be a Yogi?
The first time I really felt strongly about something was just after 9/11. I was living in NYC at the time and will never forget the terror I felt at finding out that the trade towers had been hit. In the weeks that followed the government took the opportunity to go to war, curb our … More Off the Mat into the World
When we come together in community (online) or face to face and share what inspires us that inspiration is contagious. This week I want to share a beautiful post by my dear friend Lisa Fitzpatrick who is not only the Anatomy teacher on our Teacher Training but the director of Sacred Women’s Business. A platform … More Adopt an attitude of Gratitude
Have you graduated from a teacher training or thinking of doing one? Wondering how to get out there and start teaching? Then this weeks guest blog by Nuria Reed is perfect. Nuria and I met in Goa two years ago and I was touched by her inquiring and enthusiastic mind and dedication to helping others … More The Joy of Teaching for Free
I’ve never really understood frogs until one came to live in our toilet last month. It all happened quite suddenly. One minute the toilet bowl was empty and the next a frog was squeamishly clinging to the edge as I flushed. Even though I cringed at the site of his little legs kicking against the … More The Nature of Frogs and Cheesemaking