Monthly Archives: September 2011

Acro day 5: and Play.

The last two days of the acrobatics immersion I took were something of a blur, compounded by taking a redeye back to Boston that night.  I didn’t completely feel “back” until yesterday (Sunday).  Hence the slow finish.  Most of the … Continue reading

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Playlist- Prana Acoustic 9/11/11

Last week I asked the hivemind how a yoga class should address 9/11.  I appreciate the public and private responses.  This is mine- this is the playlist from my acoustic class, but a lot of this music showed up in … Continue reading

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Acro Immersion day 3: why acrobatics?

Early in the day today, Jason (co-founder of AcroYoga) asked us to talk with someone in the group about what we love about acrobatics.  You have to assume there is something; otherwise the thirty or so of us wouldn’t have … Continue reading

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Acroyoga immersion, day 2: yet

One of my private clients, Mary, is a remarkable woman, a polio survivor turned marathoner.  The combination of the two, and some other things  (she can tell you the fuller story) meant that as a yoga practitioner,  some things came … Continue reading

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AcroYoga Immersion: Acrobatics, day 1

Greetings from Emeryville California, a little industrial town nestled between Oakland and Berkeley, just across the bay from beautiful San Francisco, home most notably of Pixar, and for five days, my home away from home. After a couple of days … Continue reading

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Playlist- early morning Sept. ’11

This goes out by request: I’ve used this playlist a couple of times this week, subbing at Equinox and at my (new) usual Wednesday morning class at Beacon Hill Athletic.  Different people have different approaches for the morning.  I don’t … Continue reading

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How do you teach yoga on 9/11?

Welcome back to the blog!  After an unintended summer hiatus, I hope to get back to a mix of pose pointers, reflections and general yoga-nerd-ness. First, a question for the yoga hive-mind: how should we, as teachers, teach on 9/11 … Continue reading

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