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”
*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
can you see the cow’s face? the knees are supposed to form the mouth, and the arms, each ear (one up, one down). i admit, it’s a little stretch…pun intended.
now that summer is here, traveling season is in full swing. whether traveling by plane, train, or automobile, getting from here to there can take quite a toll on us. it would be better on our bodies, and less disorienting if we always traveled by foot or bike, (for instance, my husband is traveling toContinue reading “Traveling Yogi”
hey there yogis… sorry to leave you high and dry last week. i had one of those weeks where i didn’t feel like i had time to return phone calls, let alone update my blog. our household was buzzing with preparations for a my husband jeremy’s art opening, a music gig, preparations for goingContinue reading “nothing sympathetic about this”