As you go the way of life, you will see a great chasm. Jump. It is not as wide as you think.

Joseph Campbell

Greetings Everyone!

Many of you who regularly attend class have heard me recount the story of a conversation that I had with a dear friend who works for the Center for Disease Control. It was early on in the pandemic and I thought that she might be able to slide me some inside information, which turned out not to be the case. When asked how the studio was doing, I told her about the positive attributes of the online learning format and how I had been taking an introspective look at the scope and trajectory of my work. I then told her about the rebrand project and revealed in a cheeky sort of way that I was considering renaming the studio “The Center for Ease and Letting Go of the Illusion of Control.” Without missing a beat she said, “I like the sentiment it conveys but it’s a terrible acronym.”    

Here we are 15 months later and I still feel that the disciplined quest for ease and equanimity is as important as ever. Yoga Teacher Un-Training was incubated out of this intention. This 6-month immersion program is an honest inquiry into the relevance of yoga practices for our modern times, and it is the culmination of everything that I’ve learned from 20 years of teaching. If you are interested in a mindfulness-based approach to holistic health, then I hope that you’ll consider joining me on what promises to be a highly rewarding and deeply enriching journey. Registration is now open and space is quite limited in order to ensure maximal individualized support. Reserve your spot now by clicking below.

Also, if you’ve been considering the Fall Retreat in Grayton Beach, Florida, then you’ll want to commit soon because it is starting to fill up. This will be 4 days of inspiration and rejuvenation that you will not want to miss out on. And who couldn’t use both of those things with everything that’s going on right now? Mark September 23-26 on your calendar and claim your spot by clicking on the other big button below.

I hope to see you in the virtual or actual studio soon!

Take care,