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Adventures of a Clumsy Yogi: Knowing How to Fall

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

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Use your words: Yoga and Writing

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

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On what I’ve been up to while not behind the cello…

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

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Warming it up: What’s your favorite song?

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

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