Movement in the Mountains I am moved by process when I join a group of people. We work to connect with the wilderness in a gentle, inquisitive way, discovering our deep relations here, learning what individual work is here for us to do. My body now misses the early morning sunlight beaming across the Berkshire […]
It’s so good to move! We may notice we feel, think and do better when we give time for movement. Outdoors or in, there are many ways we move—hiking, biking, swimming, yoga, pilates and lots of options at the rec center. But have you considered simply moving for its own sake? There is a lot […]
This article, which had impact when it came out, talks about Rolf Structural Integration and SourcePoint, two modalities that I practice. It beautifully describes how a client found fortitude in dealing with life through body work, or as she poses here, “body therapy”. It helps us see that we can come to greater balance and […]
As we shape this earth, we shape ourselves. As we continue the path of harm and disregard of the earth, we harm and disregard ourselves.
If we can come to embody or inhabit our pelvises, I believe we can feel whole.
When you really feel into trust, you can become empowered, because by doing so, you begin to release the burden of trying to get things to work the way you think they ought.
We are actually standing on the shoulders of our ancestors, following the evolutionary blueprint of easeful movement that is our birthright.
Meaning began to weave through me, telling me, “What I feel connects to all these people around me right now…”
Can you feel alive, balanced and ease-full in your body? Of course you can!
On my blog, I want to presenting anatomy lessons which I am sharing with the Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Vermont. I put together short little lessons with some experiences to explore, which then make a perfect link to my blog. So here goes the first one. KEYNOTES ON THE FOOT: Here are some fun […]