I write on this blog a lot about designing YOUR life in a way that you thrive. One of my SECRETS is I find someone who’s life is inspiring and I copy what they are doing. If at all possible I interview them to find out how they […]
Posts in category Road Trip
After just returning from Vietnam and Cambodia, I continue to experience life at it’s utmost grandest expression when I travel. I believe travel is a gateway to people getting to know people from other cultures and that could someday bring about world peace. I’m sharing the following video by world traveler Alex Chacon because I […]
Please take a moment when you have a chance and head over to http://bit.ly/voteforyoga and VOTE for this video if you want to send me and my good friend Maria Santoferraro on the Ultimate Ford Fusion Energi Adventure. Our dream is to take the Fusion Energy on a road trip to as many cities as we can to […]
Congratulations to co-directors Marc Titus & Leah Adams for creating a successful yoga festival. The Sedona Yoga Festival has been more than successful ~ it’s been inspiring. I know what it’s like to create something with a small crew of amazing people and they have pulled off quite a feat. Today is the last day, […]
Written in a very conversational format, this new book is a wonderful addition to my massive yoga library. In the age of digital downloads, I’m still passionate about holding a book in my hands. Go on a yoga journey even non yoga enthusiasts can enjoy in the new book, Misadventures Of A Garden State Yogi […]
I’m thrilled to introduce you to Amy Eaton and Nancy Williams who are with the non-profit, Living Yoga. We shared a class with Amy and Nancy at Amrita: a sanctuary for yoga in Portland, Oregon. Living Yoga and Amrita were started by Sarajoy Marsh. Living Yoga is a non-profit outreach program teaching yoga in prisons, drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, battered women’s shelters and for homeless youth.
I was in awe as Holiday Johnson assisted one of her students, an 86-year-old man, as he attempted an inversion! Between being in Holiday’s presence and watching him move and breathe, I just know I have thirty more years (at least) practicing in my future. What an amazing thing to think it is possible to do this my whole life. I feel blessed.
Meet Christine Price Clark of YYoga, Yaletown in Vancouver, BC. As we entered the very hip studio she greeted us, and all of her other students, like a caring and sensitive person who shines with light and love from teaching. I was very impressed with Christine’s attention to details in class, especially the focus on drawing inward and expanding out at the same time. Although the class was searching for insight into what our “core” meant – and the metaphor defined by that, I loved the heated room and energy of the other students. It was a wonderful experience.