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  • Yoga as a Great Adventure

    “Yoga is a great adventure. I think it is the greatest adventure of all. It will take you into completely new territory and confront you with the tallest peaks of spiritual realization and...

  • Uncovering Spinal Twists

    When we think about moving our body we may only envision it as forward or backward. Movements to the side are often skipped or underestimated. Spinal twists, however, open a whole new...

  • Bull Frogs on a New Moon

    One morning during my allotted time slot of 3:30 a.m. I showed up for my regular class at the shala. It was my second trip to India and my first time studying...

  • The Wishing-well Goddess

    Situated on a small hill called the Bilwa Parvat in Haridwar stands the Wish Fulfilling Goddess, Maa Mansadevi Siddhpeeth. I stumbled upon this statue as I was making my way up to...

  • A Sadhu and his Toy car

    When I saw this man in Hardiwar, India, (often referred to as a Sadhu) I just had to take his picture. I love the paradox it provokes. I also love the way...

  • After India

    India possesses something that only people who travel here can understand. In my old beaten up copy of the Lonely Planet there is a brief introduction about either loving or hating India;...

  • Dipa Ma: My Journey to Kolkatta

    When I began reading about the path of meditation teachers I came across the biography of Sharon Salzberg. In her bio, she described one of her first teacher’s Dipa Ma with the...

  • Like a Lazy Dog in Silence

    During the mid-way point of my journey in India, I stayed in Rishikesh; the land of yoga ashrams and yogis. Many great saints and sages have travelled to these sacred mountains seeking...

  • Dance Naked

    After studying Mysore this year, I headed again to Rishikesh (the foothills of the Himilayas) to meet my meditation teacher, Swami Veda Bharati, the eldest living disciple of Swami Rama. I flew...

  • Flow of the Ganges

    The Ganges is recognized throughout India as a body of water that signifies evolution, the cleansing of karma and a sacred stream of holiness. Even if some people consider it to be...

  • A Photo Journey at Matterhorn

      With no one around, yah, I was up there in my underwear. A unexpected fun day to play. I had a great time in the ski-town of Zermatt with the beautiful...

  • How I Came to Yoga

    From being a lazy student to teaching yoga in South Korea (an excerpt from my M.Ed. thesis, 2006).   I started yoga in a very informal manner. I did not know what...

  • Emma Kunz, the Healer

    Below are some of the abstracts created by Emma Kunz; a Swiss woman who discovered healing minerals in a rock called AION A (a Latin word meaning ‘without limitations’). Although Emma did...

  • The Healing Rock: Switzerland

    While in Switzerland during a spring break, I visited a village in the Wuerenlos (near Baden). It’s the same location where a cave known for its healing properties and energy fields can...

  • One More Time: India

    Thoughts on returning to India (an excerpt from my master’s thesis on Yoga, 2006).   My first memory of India was as a child. On a crowded bus a middle-aged Indian woman...

  • When Yoga Comes to School

    What Yoga as a curriculum subject in school looks like and why children should have one.  This is LA! Million dollar cars, movie stars, muscle beach and the walk of fame. But...