Blog

Cashew Milk Recipe

I love milk made from nuts and seeds! Plant-based milks are delicious and nutritious. They are also a healthier, more compassionate, more environmentally friendly, and a more sustainable choice than milk taken from cows and other factory-farmed animals today (aka “dairy”). If you grew up being told that dairy was the best thing for you…

Read More

Cinderyogini

A little yoga fairytale! When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit in the Spring of 2020, I was furloughed from all of my yoga and dance teaching jobs here in Boulder, CO because everything shut down. Before my online teaching took root, I was in urgent need of a new source of income as there was…

Read More

We are stardust, we are golden

“I’m going to camp out on the land I’m going to try an’ get my soul free We are stardust We are golden And we’ve got to get ourselves Back to the garden” – Joni Mitchell, Woodstock Dear stardust, Hope this finds you shining with some golden summer vibrations. Who’s been camping this summer? Who’s been…

Read More

COVID-19 STAY-AT-HOME EMAILS

Prior to the Stay-At-Home order for COVID-19, I had not really been communicating with my community of yoga students and fellow teachers via email. I had been defaulting to my real life classes at The Colorado Athletic Club and Yoga Loft to keep in touch with students, as well as sharing updates through social media.…

Read More

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.

Saṃsāra & Nirvāṇa

From Sanskrit, Saṃsāra refers to the condition of wandering in the repetitive cycles of birth, life, and death; Nirvāṇa refers to the liberation therein. Writing (including and beyond its practical means of communication) is an act of recognition : a way of seeing these ongoing cycles and underlying changes. What is Nirvāṇa if not the recognition of Saṃsāra?

Subscribe to My Blog

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.