Last week, my yoga-passionate cousin and her husband came for a visit. It was lovely to spend time with them and we all enjoyed ourselves, especially Mumsie, who is very close to her God-daughter.
One night, after everyone else had gone to bed, my cousin Jo and I had a wonderful chat about yoga – the whole mind, spirit and body aspect of it and how it has helped both of us so...
I’m looking at the moon more often these days (or should I say nights?). And it’s all because of Laura Cornell.
It was my privilege to host Laura and eight other speakers in a preview event for the upcoming Virtual Yoga Conference. During her session, Laura introduced some of the postures and the theory behind the Moon Salutations. (more…)
Changes in our lives continue to happen, whether in regard to our life journey or our planet.
What happens to us when we get too comfortable in our situations? When there are no changes or shifts, or when we stop noticing them?
We become familiar, lazy – stagnant. In the flow on things, we begin to miss steps that we would usually do. (more…)
It’s surprising how yoga can transform an acquaintance into a friendship so quickly. Perhaps it’s just a matter of two or more individuals finding common ground and connecting over something that we enjoy.
As I mentioned in my last blog, Hubby’s cousins from Portugal stayed with us
recently – seven in all, which made for a full house (mild understatement)! Hubby hadn’t seen them for quite a few years and...
I bought another journal today that I didn’t need. My daughter says I have a fetish for journals – and she’s probably right. I have thin and fat, large and small, colorful and plain journals stuck in all sorts of places – including by my bed, in my car, the office, kitchen and here now as I sit in our town common at the local farmer’s market. Continue Reading: The Blank Page