pushing the creative edges you didn’t know you had

greetings friends, i returned home earlier this week from the magical village of ashland, oregon. i spent the much of last week there hanging with and performing alongside my husband, filmmaker/musician jeremy rourke, who had live expanded cinema performances featured in the film festival there. it was a full and beautiful week, both supporting hisContinue reading “pushing the creative edges you didn’t know you had”

my gregarious, gorgeous grandfather

on friday morning i got word that my grandfather harold, father to my mother, left his body and returned back into the unexplainable ether from which we all came. he was 91 years old and, up until this past year, had more energy and a busier schedule than most people i know half his age.Continue reading “my gregarious, gorgeous grandfather”

regard or re-guard?

greetings dear friends, i pray this finds you well. i write you, as i listen to the early morning cleansing rain hitting our parched earth, at the end of another week spanning the emotional range. jeremy and i spent this last weekend dancing within a big bubble of beautiful love, creativity and celebration, as twoContinue reading “regard or re-guard?”

Creating a New Year’s Intention

Happy 2013!  As you can see, It’s been about two years since my last post here.  I’ve been busy creating a book of my omwork assignments and hope to have it fully completed and published in this coming year. Also, I plan to start posting here more often again this year – so feel freeContinue reading “Creating a New Year’s Intention”

future tripping right past yourself

happy (belated) new year sweet yogis! after a nearly two month hiatus, which included all the fullness of the holiday season, and two weeks without internet service in our home, i am finally back and ready for a new year of sharing omwork with you all. this is the time of the year when manyContinue reading “future tripping right past yourself”

digesting your day

happy thanksgiving dear yogis! in many ways today is my favorite holiday… a time set aside to celebrate and honor all the abundance and connectedness that our life is full of.  but sometimes we have loaded our plates too full, literally and otherwise, and we need some assistance to help digest it all. the followingContinue reading “digesting your day”

sleeping yogi

*if you keep waking up at a certain time in the night, it may be connected to some disturbance in the meridians. in chinese medicine there is a body clock, where two-hour time periods are connected to specific meridians. the ones that are most likely connected to sleep disturbances are:

GALLBLADDER: 11 pm-1 am // LIVER: 1-3 am // LUNG 3-5am // LARGE INTESTINE 5-7 am

untying knots

“The goal is not to tie ourselves in knots … we’re already tied in knots. The aim is to untie the knots in our hearts. The aim is to unite with the ultimate, loving, and peaceful power in the universe.” – max strom