Sitting with Discomfort

In a letter that went out earlier this month, we said a lot of things. I’m going to focus on one of those things, a single sentence near the end – “Discomfort is not unsafe.” It’s a line I’ve been actively sitting with because it’s a statement I can experience as true and untrue. Discomfort […]

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Allowing for Insight

Pausing now and again, although simple, can be a profound act of kindness. Making space to generously listen to our bodies supports us to graciously tend to our ourselves and practices. Whether you’re entering into the second half of your 28 Day Commitment, or are practicing in your own way, here is a simple meditation […]

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Sustain Your Practice

“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” – Bhagavad Gita Coming up next month we’re holding our annual 28 Day Commitment program. Each February hundreds of us join together – students, teachers and staff alike – to dig a little deeper (sometimes a lot) into what our individual practices can […]

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Holding On, Letting Go

Many of us are ready to let 2017 go. No matter the year, late December can inspire reflections of goodbyes and letting go. Doing so can make space for what would most benefit us moving forward. That said, plenty of people wouldn’t mind hanging on to a peak moment or momentum from 2017. I’ve been […]

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To Give and Receive Presence

“Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.” – Simone Weil I read an article this week highlighting four questions poet and activist Maya Angelou believed we all ask, whether consciously or not. The first two really caught my attention, giving me great pause. Do you see me? Do you care that I’m here? I […]

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Behind the Scenes: Up in Smoke

When entire forests go up in flame and you live down wind it can be unsettling. Sunsets take on gorgeous hues – to be present in their presence, though, one can sometimes sense the price paid. Similar to current political and cultural tension, smoke stings and can make it hard to breathe. Both can feel […]

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Mobile Resiliency

Between the political climate, soggy weather, tax season, and pervasive digital stimulants, many folks are having a hard time of it. People are sharing that they feel overly tired and more reactive. Good self-care can help. I’m increasingly appreciating, though, that self-care is not always an option, it may not even always be the best […]

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