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I found myself talking with friends about anger the other day. Specifically, my anger and all of my efforts to not "Hulk out" in front of my children. Hulking out means that I raise my voice more and respond less patiently than I like; it means that I'm reacting rather than mindfully acting, usually in a … Continue reading Cultivating Peace Within Chaos, Or How Not to Hulk Out
"Stop fidgeting." My teacher's instructions were clear and succinct. But it's hard. The body likes to move. The mind likes to move. The mind likes to move the body. The body likes to move the mind. But...can I? Can you? Can you stop fidgeting? When we can stop fidgeting, the stillness that comes (or doesn't … Continue reading Supported Backbend, week 2 of Dear Adri…Love, Yoga
If your yoga practice wrote you a love letter, what would it say? Would it be pithy but eloquent? Would it be a missive, a piece of poetry, a single word? Or would it speak through music or interpretive dance? Or, is it that posture that just gets you every time you come to it? … Continue reading Dear Adri….Love, Yoga