Monthly Archives: December 2010

Transformation and the New Year.

It is at this time after Christmas and before the New Year that I spend more time in quiet meditation, mostly trying to compensate for the time that I did not spend doing this before the holidays. It is one … Continue reading

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Some Holiday thoughts

Happy Holidays. Family in from out of town and subbing lots of classes has distracted me from blogging, will get back to it soon. In the mean time. Here are a few holiday thoughts…. The Real Story of Rudolph A … Continue reading

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End of Classes at Grayhawk Yoga. New Yoga Seminar Tomorrow.

As many of you may know, Grayhawk yoga will be closing it’s doors permanantly as of tomorrow. I will blog more about this in tomorrows blog as I reflect back on my brief time teaching there. Tomorrow will also be … Continue reading

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Marichyasana

         In the ashtanga vinyasa practice, we find the poses dedicated to Marichi. While many of the articles that I read stated that there are only four such poses, ashtangis know better. It is true that marichyasana … Continue reading

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We westerners are so gullible. Those Indian yogis can tell us anything and we will believe it.

As I was researching the blog entry for today on Marichyasana and the sage Marichi for which it is named, I came upon this interesting article by Richard Rosen. It was very enlightening for me, and I wanted to share … Continue reading

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Relax, Reflect, Restore, and Respirate

  This past weekend was a wonderful combination of Energy and relaxation. It began on Friday evening with a relaxing outing to view Handel’s Messiah performed by the Phoenix Symphony at St. Mary’s Basilica in Downtown Phoenix. I am a … Continue reading

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