This kid’s a yogi. Wouldn’t you like to be a yogi, too?

The first round of auditions for Juilliard’s pre-college program is by video. From December to March my son practiced for three hours a day to prepare. At the end of March we recorded him playing Cello Concerto in A minor by Saint-Saëns, and we sent it off to Juilliard. The results of the first round came quickly. He … Continue reading

Who’s YOUR hero?

This morning we talked about some of the heroes of Physical Culture…the folks who inspire us to push past our perceived limits and KEEP GOING. Here are a few of the names that were mentioned. We would love to hear about your heroes! From the yoga lineage, here’s vintage footage of Krishnamacharya at age 50. He lived … Continue reading

Spring Clean Feast starts May 15th. Enroll now!

This is an opportunity: to acknowledge the change of season in body, mind and spirit to engage in mindfulness practices to eat clean, healthy and simple meals to learn daily self-care to meditate each evening with a skilled facilitator This is not: dieting taking scary supplements running to the bathroom all day about losing or … Continue reading

Endocrine glands & chakras

The body has seven energy centers, which in English could be called vortexes (chakras). These seven vortexes govern the seven ductless glands in the body’s endocrine system, and the endocrine glands, in turn, regulate all of the body’s functions, including the process of aging. In a healthy body, each of these vortexes revolves at great … Continue reading

About the Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth (the Tibetan Rites)

‘All wisdom is ancient, and in reality is not a secret. When you think you have discovered something new and previously unknown, it has probably existed for centuries. You didn’t know about it, simply because you didn’t make the effort to seek it out. And after all, why should you? Why look to the wisdom … Continue reading