No Judgement

“My arms are too short,” a frustrated Kalumba tells me as she tries to lift her torso off the ground in Elephant pose. “My boobs

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Love | The Heart of the Matter

Scene 1:In the case to prosecute the police officer who murdered George Floyd, the defense attorney said Floyd’s heart was enlarged. That’s why he could

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The Sangha Begins at Home

My yoga journey began close to forty years ago. My mother was and is a professional ballet dancer so we, her children, were raised with

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Good-bye 2020

We are grateful you are gone. Paulo Coehlo retells a traditional Sufi story about a farmer whose horse ran away. His neighbors offered sympathy for

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Yoga on the Mississippi

Memphis, Tennessee—named after the ancient Egyptian capital on the Nile—is the largest city on the Mississippi River. When it was founded in the 1800s, it

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Yoga is a Privilege

It shouldn’t be only for the privileged. When I was growing up in the 1990s, I noticed that there were differences between the races that

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On the Journey to Enough

“You are enough. You are so enough. It is unbelievable how enough you are.” — Quote from Mary Setrakian made famous by Sierra Boggess In

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A Path to Something Greater

By some quirk of fate, 50 years ago, I stumbled across a yoga class being offered at my local art museum. (There were no yoga

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