Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Tagsaccessories aids art blog blogs bow hand Brandenburg breakthroughs cafe press cello cello live cello rock cellos cello shopping collaboration community orchestra concerts exercises Ferdinand and Miranda fiction gifts goals Gymnopedies Hammond Ashley Happy Farmer how do you cello humor injury inspiration learning Lessons lessons learned life Lightly Row modern modern cello movies music musicians NPR oops orchestra pavane performance performances Practice Rainbow City Band Rainbow City Orchestra random RCO rehearsal Rondeau Satie Scales Schroeder seattle seattle music scene self taught Suzuki takenobu technique technology TED thanks tools travel Triple Door vibrato video videos words words i love writing yoga zoe keating
Map of my world
Tag Archives: yoga
My first thought as I lost my balance and crashed to the deck this morning was: Thank goodness for my yoga. My second thought: ouch, my knee. Thank goodness, because a fall like that could have been much worse. It … Continue reading
In yoga ‘dialogue’ refers to the words the teacher uses to deliver practitioners through a sequence of postures that compose a class (although it’s really more of a monologue: as a practitioners are mostly focused on breathing and twisting or … Continue reading
I have a little confession to make: for the last two weeks I’ve been avoiding my cello. I know, I know, we talked about this already – a season for all things, etc…but when I wrote that, I just figured … Continue reading
I’ve previously compared this song to that first downward facing dog in a Vinyasa series. I think a good warm-up song is serves the same purpose: it a deceptively simple, often repetitive exercise that provides an opportunity to see/feel/hear exactly … Continue reading