February 20, 2018

An article written for the Hornby Island First Edition monthly paper.

Yoga and Self Care are one in the same and encompass awareness.  In Yoga, the body is considered as ‘living fiction’, a story unfolding from birth through death, following a narrative with a beginning...

April 3, 2017

I took an inevitable step forward on my Yoga path this winter and veered into the realm of Ayurveda, the related healing discipline to Yoga. I experienced this intriguing and complimentary dimension to Yoga and a brilliant, renewed sense of wellness.

Yoga and Ayurveda a...

January 24, 2017

I’m still wishing us all a decent New Year as we watch the arrival of 2017 send tidal waves of concern around the world. There seems to be a pervasive uncertainty about the divisive and heightening troubles that abound.

I’m leaving for India soon, unsettled with the mou...

January 7, 2017

I committed to hosting BEYOND ADDICTION at SUN DOOR during the four part weekend course with

Sat Dharam Kaur in Vancouver in 2014.  I knew then that this is the most important work we can be doing…uncovering our negative thought patterns and trauma which without healing...

July 20, 2016

I am not a stranger to the struggle of addiction or the trauma and negative thought patterns that it typically stems from.  I’ve been affected by and intrigued with this realm of the human mind and the mysterious ability we can have of disassociating from our (true) se...

June 15, 2016

YOGA IN PARADISE

The sun is leaking rays of gold

caressing silky skin

perspiring in summer’s humidity

turquoise sea

beckoning you to swim.

'Summer Splash' - Persian Kushi

Yoga and Ayurveda offer up the stability and balance we need to draw upon through all the seasons.  With...

May 24, 2016

I’m picking up from where I left off in my last article about Navtej, a yogi in Delhi who I shared a    conversation with before leaving India to return home. His classical training and deep roots into the philosophy of Yoga are winding around a palpable urgency to ‘tu...

April 19, 2016

'What’s a Yogi?' ask the international participants who are attending the Women’s Yoga retreat in India. Most of them new to Yoga, all of them very drawn to it, are curious.  I define a Yogi as a practitioner of Yoga, and by name we are Yoginis, women practicing Yoga....

March 15, 2016

As the last Snowbirds return home to Hornby from southern climes of fruit filled winters, snorkeling in warm seas holding awesome sights, and soaking up the sun and the pleasures of vacationing, I depart and make my annual flight to India to hold a Yoga retreat in the...

February 1, 2016

 

I’m aware of ongoing, escalating wars, desperate migrations and increasing  poverty  around the world and the role that Yoga is playing in developing successful programs of peace and wellbeing for the citizens and soldiers of war torn countries.  Like no other time in...

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