Winter Rhythms

The Kapha qualities outside can make you feel heavy and lethargic and/or pull you towards foods that promote weight gain or the use of recreational drugs and alcohol to cope with depression, stress, and the winter blues; here we again see the precept “like increases...

Seasonal Vinyasa Winter Practices

Winter is Nature’s time to hibernate and retreat. Since we are also connected to Nature, it is wise that we follow her lead and begin to slow down, get ample amounts of sleep, rest, meditate, and retreat in order to recharge after a long productive year. After all,...

Kriya Yoga = Action

KRIYA YOGA = ACTION Yoga is more complex and far richer than most of us in the West give it credit for. It really is a way of life. After years of living yoga each and every day, and personally experiencing the transformative power of Kriya yoga, I can attest to its...

Edible Education Lectures on You Tube

I’ve recently discovered this amazing FREE lecture series from UC Berkeley called Edible Education. If you are interested in food, food politics, the Earth, human relations, civil rights, and justice…you might find some of these lectures insightful....

What Goes In

What goes in must come out. This is true; there is no doubt. Every inhale has a friend. There’s an exhale at the end. Every morsel that we swallow Goes right down, fills the hollow. If we want a different taste, We need to find some room, or make some space. By Jason...