Announcement: Join David for an All-levels class on Memorial Day at 10 am! All other classes are cancelled. Saturday and Sunday scheduled classes meet as normal.
Hi All, Mother Nature has again given us her all this past week with record lows and record highs, leading us into the serious ponder of Uggs or Flip Flops…or both, hopefully not at the same time!! She‘s a strong force, not to be taken lightly. We bow to, and honor Her deeply. Speaking of […]
Announcement: Join Josi on Mother’s Day at 12:15 pm. The 4pm All-levels class is cancelled!
Happy May… already?? Where does the time go? My Grandmother was fond of saying that the older you get, the faster time flies. Now I totally get it. Time is a precious commodity for sure and I believe the trick for making it work is to be as present as possible. That way you are […]
The energy of Mother Earth is always in a state of flux and I hope she’s more hopeful than sad when she pauses, as only Mother can do, and takes note of her/our current state of affairs. Is She happy with her humans and our efforts to preserve and protect? Is she disappointed and knows […]
Hello My Friends, What a beauty of a week Mother Nature has graced us with. After the storms, the cold snap, the collapse of a major highway artery into and out of your city, and the relative space of Spring breakers being somewhere else, we needed this like nobody’s business. We needed these warm days, […]
I was taught by one of my most influential teachers to never start with Tadasana, or Mountain pose, when teaching a class. In my earlier years of teaching I assumed it was because it was kind of “hoo hum” – not very interesting, certainly not challenging, and not a fancy pose that screams. ”Hey, look […]
Good Morning All, As I sat at my desk this morning feeling a tad of procrastination creeping in about tethering myself to my chair to write, I saw a neighbor through my open window. Boom…she waves, I wave, then she calls to me, “Can I ask you a quick question?” I am out of my […]
She turned to the Sunlight and shook her yellow head, and whispered to her neighbor, ‘Winter is Dead’ -A.A. Milne Happy First Day of Spring! No matter what the temperature says, we Southerner’s know a few things about this “Spring Thing”. We know that it’s never a good idea to plant anything before Easter because […]
Wow — we left for a week of full-on activity, celebration, and family time in beautiful Beaver Creek Colorado. The air was cold and crisp, the trees snow covered and majestic, and the stars and moon so close you felt like you could touch them if you just stood on tiptoes. We returned and Atlanta […]