Archive for Category: "A Year in the Life of a Yoga Instructor"

Namastacy!

Namastacy!

Here I am on the right with my student and now teacher training student of yoga, Stacy.  We are having a great time together in the teacher training program.  Stacy is growing stronger, healthier, and more connected on every level because of her yoga practice and training. I have all my students write a blog [&hellip

Feeling blessed

A day doesn’t go by when I have to stop myself and feel blessed for something that just happened to me that was wonderful or recognizing the beauty of nature and life. It is yoga and God that allow me to notice the abundance of goodness in life. So thanks. May everyone have the sensitivities [&hellip

Yoga be Chillaxin’

Yoga be Chillaxin’

It’s a quiet summer for me.I have lots of yoga and organizing of people’s body, mind, and home but I try to make it a point to get back to nature. I enjoy the beach like everyone who lives in New Jersey but for the sound of the ocean and people laughing and enjoying themselves. [&hellip

A New Year of Writing Begins…Again!

A New Year of Writing Begins…Again!

And it is already February.  Once again I am challenging myself to write much more this year and keep everyone updated on what is going on in a yoga instructors life for a year…years.  I intend to try again this year to make this happen.  Heres hoping I am successful. I am also in the [&hellip

Laryngitis

I haven’t had laryngitis in such a long time!  In elementary school, while riding the big yellow school bus and sitting with my best friend Miriam,  I noticed that she had the coolest raspy voice.  Little did I know she had laryngitis. It didnt matter.  I wanted that voice too. It seemed like fun. So [&hellip

Driving

I’m in a traffic jam this morning but prior to the big slowdown, while driving about 60 miles per hour, the guy in the car next to me is reading a book while driving. That’s talent

The Big Waste

The Big Waste

I just saw the best special on Food Network channel on cable. Four chefs have to make a four course dinner for 100 people made completely out of food that was thrown out because it wasn’t up to consumers standards.  Check out the website below to catch the other times it will be aired. Honeybrook [&hellip

Traditions

One of my holiday traditions is to go to the potter’s guild sale at the Wallingford Arts Center in Media, PA. It’s such a beautiful and creative mix of pottery, handcrafts, jewelry and more. I always buy a few more items each year from the same potters that I love so that I can one [&hellip

A Beautiful Soul

Last night a beautiful soul that had just graduated out of the drug and alcohol rehab I teach yoga at overdosed. He was supposed to go to a half way house. He never made it. To this loving and wonderful soul…rest in peace my friend. It never gets easier. Sometimes work sucks

60 Minutes on Sunday

Did anyone see this on Sunday about homeless families? Damn. It tore me up. I sat there on my comfortable leather couch with my colorful throw pillows and a really warm plush blanket over me and thought, “holy crap! My life is a dream compared to what is going on all over the United States. [&hellip