Here I am, on my mat, wobbling in Tree Pose; no longer a sturdy tree as I was a decade ago when I started my practice. However, I am still standing, still capable of finding a way to balance on one leg, even as my body keeps changing, and as I try to understand these changes. It’s taken years for me to accept my body as it ages. It is a natural part of aging, and to understand that nature always changes. I love that I can still bend further backwards than I thought possible
Yoga After 50 - Yoga can be practiced fully & deeply at any age. Dr. Fishman noted that aging brings impairments of range, motion, strength & balance that can require modifications, even among veteran yogis, like using the support of a chair or the wall for many poses.
A lot of people give me either goofy smiles of bewilderment or blank stares of "huh?" when I mention combining my passion for Yoga with my passion for horses. Both fulfill me so much, and I feel my life has been transformed in an ever-changing way by both of these passions. Yoga is a science that teaches us how to find our Soul, or some would say, our Self-realization. True horsemanship does the same thing. Both are transformative practices. Both are experiential practices. I like to
For The Price of a Shirt I Can Help a Child Finish School. It’s no secret that practicing yoga once or twice a week has countless health benefits. But what if you made a commitment to practice everyday for 30 days? And, to make it a bit more interesting you set your mat up in a room that’s heated to just under 40 degrees Celsius. That’s what Adrian Lee did. He wasn’t doing it for personal success or accolades amongst his peers. He was answering a call for help. The 33-year-old hospital