Women Embodied, Our 2014 Schedule and a Lovely Poem

Lots of exciting stuff is brewing around here and I’m excited to share some of it with you.

First – I opened registration for my Women Embodied in-person course a few days ago and already it’s more than half full with amazing women. Wahoo! I’m so delighted! Email me if you’d like to join us – I have a hand-full of spots left.

Second – We’re beginning to solidify our teaching schedule for 2014 and we’re excited!! More details coming soon!

Third – we made a wee change to our Costa Rica retreat. We had a less-expensive early bird price, then a higher one for later registration. (This was our crafty way of seeing if we could get enough people to register to know if we’d really be able to do the retreat. ) Well – we did, and we are, but we still have space left – and we’d like to make the original price available if you’d still like to come. Shoot me an email if the Cloud Forest calls. . . less than 60 days away! Wahoooo!

Fourth – I have one spot that opened up for Saturday Dec. 7th for my Restorative Retreat and a few more are available for Sunday Dec. 8th. Email me if you’d like a registration link!

Thanks for staying connected and reading our blog. We’re grateful for you!

Finally a poem, which is a great reminder when I’m in my imagination planning the next year that what is most important, and the only thing that is actually real, is right here and now.


Look to this day
for it is life,
the very life of life.

In its brief course lie all
the realities and truths of existence
the joy of growth
the splendor of action
the glory of power.

For yesterday is but a memory
And tomorrow is only a vision.

But today well lived
makes every yesterday a memory
of happiness
and every tomorrow a vision of hope.

Look well, therefore, to this day….

~ ancient Sanskrit poem ~

May we live well this day!

With love,


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By training and profession, I am a somatic educator. Over the past 25+ years I have trained in and taught modern dance, tai chi, Indian and Tibetan yoga, yoga therapy (specializing in back pain). I completed a 4-year professional Feldenkrais training in 2007 and a 3-year Embodied Life training in 2014. I also study and work with somatic meditation and the profound practice of embodied inner listening known as Focusing.

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