Noah Maze | Crafting a Life
From living in ashrams as a young man to tenderly raising his children, Noah Maze is a true yogi for the real world...
Elena Brower | Softening Time
I can’t even remember the first time I met Elena Brower, presumably it was at an Anusara event way back in the day. But over the years we’ve become fast friends, sharing our lo
On your Worth…
It takes courage to let go of the conditions you’ve placed on your worth. It’s hard to forgive yourself when you’ve let people down. It can be scary to fully embrace who you
Mark Breadner | Making The Invisible, Visible
Mark Breadner first encountered yoga as a 5-year-old in his rumpus room, where his mum taught some of the first classes in Australia. From there, to working with athletes like Ian
Is Yoga A Religion?
In the west, many people seek out yoga for its health benefits or in search of balance in a busy, stressful life. But no matter what your reason for starting, yoga can also be a
Yoga Is Not My Life
“Let your practice be a celebration of life” — Seido Lee deBarro I’m just back from a weekend away with my beautiful family, our three adult children, their partn
Scott Lewicki | The Playground of Science and Mysticism
My friend Scott Lewicki is not only a supremely gifted yoga teacher, he’s a rocket scientist who has worked in NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory for most of his career. In this
J Brown | Yoga Through The Magical Lens
If you’re a Yogi, chances are you’ve heard of J Brown’s Yoga Talks Podcast. Although we have tons of mutual friends, J and I never really connected until 2020,
Is Attachment Really The Source of All Suffering?
“Attachment is the cause of all suffering.” I hear this ancient teaching quoted often by yoga teachers, and the first thing that comes to mind is “What about my child
The Gift of You
Early in our marriage, I brought to Layne’s attention that I was feeling like I was the one who was planning all of our together time, our dates. When we talked about it, he r