Monthly Archives: May 2013

Navigating Change

Change is inevitable.     Intellectually, we know this, but our bodies and our nervous system do not respond well to change.  We perceive it as a stress, even if the change is positive.  We are wired for survival and … Continue reading

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Coming Home

Coming back from a retreat is always tricky.     For a short time, there is the high of being in the mountains of Northern Cal breathing in the fresh air, eating delicious vegetarian food, starting each day with a … Continue reading

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Bringing Peace to Your Practice

It is ironic, but as soon as I start writing a book on Yoga Therapy for Back Pain, I’m experiencing significant pain in my own lower back.  It’s been about 9 years since I herniated a disc at L5-S1 and … Continue reading

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Yoga Unplugged

Yesterday, I made a huge decision.  This decision may even be bigger than my sabbatical and transition to Israel in the coming months.    I decided to cancel my data plan and go to a basic non-smart phone.   The … Continue reading

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