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On the island of Martha’s Vineyard, there is a neighborhood of exquisitely preserved Victorian cottages called Oak Bluffs that celebrates the end of summer in the most enchanted way.
But first, a little history: In the mid-Nineteenth Century, just after the Civil War, Methodist devotees retreated to the Vineyard for tent revivals and to be close with “the Devine.” Their rustic marquees quickly…
“I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must consistently look at things in another way…carpe diem, boys, make your lives extraordinary.”
– “Dead Poets Society” (1989)
Indeed, the whole world is devastated by the loss of Robin Williams. And none more so than us members of Generation Y who grew up with him.
Whether it was the manic brilliance of “Aladdin,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” and “The…
OMG!!! First day off in over a week!! woohooo!!!!
And instead of sleeping in like a normal person, I got up earlier than normal, rolled out of bed, onto my mat (which is literally next to my bed), put on some Lotus on Demand and flowed! Yes, yoga is the best way to wake up! The birds chirped in the background, the sun rose from the window behind me, and I was dancing away on my mat, peeling off…
On a rainy day after teaching my first yoga class,
I walk the labyrinth knowing TJ is behind me
and Joe waiting at the end,
what is it about me and men,
and here, learning to just make friends,
that I can spiral out of old patterns and sit with swirling.
Today I asked my students to stir up from their bellies,
feeling their breath, their strength.
Last night the thunderstorm,