The injection of “new” into the human experience is best handled in increments. What does that mean? Try learning to be a pitcher and a catcher at the same time or learn how to tie trout flies and maneuver a sail boat in the same session, and tell me how that goes…. For whatever stupid … Continue reading Three is a crowd
Jeff and his Nepali friends, holding up the Charlotte Observer, back in 2005 I am noticing that as aging occurs, change diminishes in frequency, AND it takes more outside pressure for it to happen. For something like a decade, I have been saying, "I need to get back to taking care of myself and setting some … Continue reading Change and its enemy, Delay. Opposites don’t attract.
Me on the Appalachian TrailBefore Christmas, I came down with a serious pain in my right foot. I tried to push through it, and it got worse. It was diagnosed as Plantar Fasciitis (PF). Healing from this has tied in with Yoga and Pilates. In my case, the root cause was an incorrect gait while running … Continue reading Recovery from Pain while trying to get better
After a long weekend away at a wedding, I come home to learn that there is a story in the local newspaper about yoga at our local studio, Core Studio Pilates, and the author decided to quote me more than either the owner of the studio (Jill) or the instructor (Onion Ann). Kind of like … Continue reading June 9 – Yoga, take 1