I did, today while lying wide eyed in relaxation after my practice. Here in Bali its Nyepi, the Balinese New Year and after a raucous night of drumming and banging away the evil spirits, the day has bloomed into a garden of tranquility. There isn’t one car or motorbike on the streets, nor a plane … More Have You Ever heard the Sky Talk?
It’s Christmas, time for family and friends to celebrate with good cheer, while couples kiss under mistletoe and children squeal in delight at candy canes and Santa. Amidst the commercial hype, we all actually dread, lies a tradition and value system both inspiring and fulfilling. The holidays are the perfect time to dive deep into … More 3 ways to have a Merry Yogi Christmas
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
I am so enjoying sharing the deeper aspects of Yoga online right now and am blogging for a variety of online Magazines. This month I have written for MindBodyGreen, The Global Yogi and Yogini’t and am super busy putting things in place for our upcoming Byron Yoga Teacher Training, October 15-30, 2012. Why not jump into your own sacred … More Understanding the Mysterious SELF
A few days ago a few local teachers and I were talking about the Business of Yoga or should I say the Busyness of the Yoga BIZ. On comparing notes we discovered we spent more time on the computer, working out marketing strategies or coming up with clever ways to get people to our classes … More The Busyness of the Yoga BIZ