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Fresh Commitments to Ourselves

As I continue to teach and explore classes in a more thematic way this year, I will share my thoughts here occasionally.  We have spent several weeks exploring the feeling of… 622 more words


Mantras y cuencos en Bariloche

Mañana jueves 18 de Enero en Sankalpa Casa de Yoga – Bariloche.


Clearing the way for a purposeful and intentional life

Since the beginning of the new year, I have been taking time to sit and listen for a sense of heartfelt purpose in life, and intentions that I can carry in my days.  506 more words


King Park Yike

If anyone has made a visit to Kings Park Botanical gardens at the weekend before, they will know that the spill out from the overflow car park can ruin a perfectly planned picnic. 1,326 more words

Health And Wellbeing

New Year Blessings

Happy New Year to you.

Even though 2017 brought tremendous difficulty in the world at large, overall it was a good year for me. I did some cool things, wrote a bunch, went to New Mexico. 359 more words


Heart: Self-love and relationships

Self-love. It sounds narcissistic and selfish, right? I had to shift my perception to reject this initial reaction. It sounds a bit airy-fairy, no? Self-love isn’t selfish. 823 more words


Sankalpa - planting the seed of intention from your heart

Sankalpa is the practice of setting an intention which is formed in the heart and the mind. In Sanskrit, “san” means “connecting with the highest truth”, and “kalpa” means “promise” or “resolve”.   426 more words