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Community Spotlight: One World Running

As yoga teachers, it’s common to think that our students have something to learn from us and that we’re the interesting ones with “the goods” to share. However, ultimately, we are all sitting on the same ground in the same circle. This equanimous “sitting” so to speak is in many ways symbolic of honoring the…

Zucchini Bread & Flower Power Muffins

Vegan and Gluten Free (recipe below) Cooking with plants has a lot to do with “listening”. It really feels like the plants talk to me and tell me how to cook with them without communicating via words! When I cook, I often feel like I’m being led by my ingredients without knowing in advance where…

Rhubarb Strawberry Lime Pie (Vegan & Grain Free)

Years ago I made my first fresh rhubarb pie with my roommate in NYC. I haven’t cooked anything with rhubarb since then, at least not that I can recall. Rhubarb just hasn’t been on my mind. However, here in Boulder, Colorado, rhubarb grows very well! It has naturally smiled its way back into my mind…

Outdoor Yoga at The Colorado Chautauqua returns this Spring!

“I’d rather be in the mountains thinking of God than in church thinking about the mountains.” – John Muir Outdoor Yoga at The Colorado Chautauqua ASHTANGA YOGA: Sunday 9am-10:15am Traditional yoga under a cool tent outdoors at Chautauqua this Spring? Yes! We got you. Ashtanga Yoga is often called the “Original Power Yoga” and this…

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Saṃsāra & Nirvāṇa

From Sanskrit, Saṃsāra refers to the condition of wandering in the repetitive cycles of birth, life, and death; Nirvāṇa refers to the liberation therein. Writing (including and beyond its practical means of communication) is an act of recognition : a way of seeing these ongoing cycles and underlying changes. What is Nirvāṇa if not the recognition of Saṃsāra?

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