What’s new on my yoga bookshelf

It’s been quite a long time since I last posted about the yoga-related books I’ve been reading. There’s no doubt that my reading habits have certainly shifted the last few years. I used to always have a book on its way…

A Different Remembrance Day

Here’s my baby Harrison–he’s three months old this week! [Editor’s note: When I read this guest post by Matthew Remski, it brought to mind some of the feelings I have about parenting and being a father.  We also just had…

Guest Post by Michael Stone: On Suicide and the Dharma – Part 2

[Editor’s note:  In this two part guest article, psychotherapist, Buddhist teacher, and Yoga teacher, Michael Stone, addresses the sensitive subject of suicide.  We hope that this discussion brings greater understanding to an issue that’s likely tugged at our heartstrings in…

Guest Post by Michael Stone: On Suicide and the Dharma – Part 1

[Editor’s note:  In this two part guest article, psychotherapist, Buddhist teacher, and Yoga teacher, Michael Stone, addresses the sensitive subject of suicide.  We hope that this discussion brings greater understanding to an issue that’s likely tugged at our heartstrings in…

Who Doesn’t Love a Good Yoga Book? ~ Fanning the Obsession in 2010

As I’ve mentioned before, I have a serious weakness for yoga books.  I mean, who doesn’t?  Anyhow, in a moment of complete disclosure, here’s what I’ve added to my collection so far this year (in no particular order): Krishnamacharya: His…

Yoga Challenge Day 8: Sunday Morning

Yoga as a path is the way out of our present conditioning and the way toward freedom from habitually ensnaring conditions…” ~ Michael Stone in The Inner Tradition of Yoga sunday morning, originally uploaded by gosia janik. Looking forward to…

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