Month: November 2012

I choose LiFe! (Dancing from Within)

The only way to get on in this craaaazy world is to adapt.  When we resist we harden.  Have you ever noticed how many diseases of ageing have to do with hardening?  Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), arthrosis (hardening of the joints), spondylitis (in all its delightful forms), bones spurs, bunions, corns and calluses…to be Read More

A good quality for a yoga teacher

We  can make our mind so like still water that beings gather about us to see their own images, and so far a moment live a clearer, perhaps even fiercer, life because of our quiet  – W.B. Yeats. Read More

Yum yum yum!!

Tri-color juice on Simone’s new colorful table… Read More

Resisting change

One of the curious things that we come up against time and again in healing work is resistance to change.  I say it’s curious because even people who are “formally” on the road of transformation often butt up against an innate resistance to change.  This is the dastardly work of the ego, keeping the status Read More

Fresh from the garden – the yoga of food.

My partner coaxes wonderful vegetables from the clay-ey mediterranean soil.  I have just spent the morning making green juice (using Triestino radicchio now, so a little less bitter), then a curly kale stir fry (with home grown chilli pepper, onion and market-bought ginger and garlic) and finally a lovely creamy pumpkin and ginger soup (the Read More

The key that opens the door.

I never give up.  I am absolutely dogged in my determination to find the clues to living this Life fully and happily.  I became sad, unbearably sad, at about age 15, and have spent the intervening 25 years trying to figure out why and trying to figure out if there exists a permanent, drug-free way Read More

Homemade coffee substitute

This looks yummy. Carob is abundant ’round here, and chicory grows in a flash. Get brewing. Read More

Yoga@lunchtime

pssst…the group yoga class I offer on Mondays in Benidorm is now from 14:00-15:00…better than spending your lunch hour in a bar, ¿no? Read More

Farmers Markets and their importance during "la crisis".

One of the great pleasures of living in Spain is the fruit and veg.  Year-round, all sorts of stuff is coaxed from root, shoot and tree then sold on to our friends in the north of Europe.  Yes, sadly 90% of all the commercial organic produce is for export, leaving us with the sprayed remains.  Read More

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