Yoga Journal Conference-Estes Park

Yoga Journal Conference-Estes Park

I am fortunate enough to have a mother in law who lives in Estes Park and offers her home to me whenever I want to visit. I was even more fortunate to be able to attend Yoga Journal’s conference that was held in Estes Park, last month. The conference was held at...
Nepal and Namaste

Nepal and Namaste

Namaste. I say this multiple times per week at the end of yoga classes that I both teach and attend. The light within in me sees and honors the light within you. I easily recite this. I have given some reflection here and there to it’s meaning and it jived with...
Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu, Nepal

The sentence we repeated over and over in Nepal was “we have to come back here.” We stayed in Kathmandu for a little over a week and it was not nearly enough. There was so much more we wanted to explore and one day we will return during trekking season to...
Varanasi

Varanasi

Even at the airport in Varanasi, I felt the difference. There was a shift in the energy and it felt much calmer than Delhi. The cab ride from the airport to our AirBnB took us about an hour with traffic. The road into the city was more rural and there was a pervading...
New Delhi-The Sites

New Delhi-The Sites

We landed in New Dehli after 20+ hours of travel. Our plane was about an hour late and we worried that the taxi our AirBnB host sent for us would no longer be there. Around 1:30 AM, we exited the airport to be met with our first wave of the heat and humidity, followed...
India: The Land of Contrast

India: The Land of Contrast

India was beautiful. India was horrible. India was unbearably hot and overwhelmingly humid. India had beautiful, tranquil breezes. India stunk like cow shit, hot piss and rot. India smelled like aromatic spices, sacred incense and sweetness. India was scathingly loud...