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Practicing Patience

Practice is a common term used for participating in a yoga class.  The idea of practicing means to accept that yoga will never be perfect.  Each practice is a process of improving from the prior class or can be used as a practice in self…

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Smiles

Writing takes time and patience.  For Practice, I accumulated the experience over a three year period.  I began typing last January and worked closely with two editors.  My hours are countless and the editors have a combined 160 hours into this project.  It took me…

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Yoga at the Green Hotel

I am hoping to have Practice available on Amazon (paperback and e-book) and iTunes (e-book) within two weeks.  Until then, please enjoy this chapter. Yoga at the Green Hotel A few days into my first visit to Rishikesh, I set out to discover the yoga scene….

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Hell Habits

“Habit is a hell to which people cling in an attempt to stop the flow of change”  Caroline Myss After returning from the Camino in 2012, my neighbor asked, “How does anyone walk that many miles on a daily basis?” I replied, “With a little…

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Prineville

While there is a lot of life in my future, last weekend was a vivid reminder about the passage of time.  A few weeks ago, a local college fraternity brother extended an invitation to a mini-reunion in Prineville, OR.  Last Friday around noon, we filled…

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Flower Children

The title of my new book is Practice.  I am hoping to release in 2-3 weeks.  Until then, please enjoy this sample chapter. The flower sellers of Rishikesh gave me frequent off-the-mat yoga practice on all three of my trips to India. Early on my…

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Sky Rockets

My hometown, Boise Idaho, skipped puberty and became an adult overnight.  With this newfound growth and population increase, we are very fortunate to support a thriving artistic community.  My compadres tell me this a national phenomenon whereby the talent is leaving the larger cities due…

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Smothered

Surrender Yoga will be available in four to six weeks.  I accumulated the experiences for five years and began the writing process in January of 2018.  On the first day of writing and each following day, I felt like a baby chick staring at a…

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Steamy Happiness

During the writing of A Million Steps, I would consciously drift into the future with thoughts about what may happen upon release of the book.  My darker side was fearful about terrible reviews.  I was also anxious about recouping the money that I spent on…

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Good Breath

PRANA In my yoga classes, I learned about the power of breath. On average, the human body will die in approximately three weeks without food, three days without water, and three minutes without oxygen. In a normal day, we breath around 20,000 times.  In a…

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