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“You are the sky. Everything else– it’s just the weather.”

-Pema Chodron

I am so grateful for being able to offer classes, online and in-person, private healing sessions, writing, guided meditations and videos. For this to be sustainable for me, I am gratefully offering a Patreon circle, with benefits for levels of support. This ongoing community would mean I release content for subscribers first, with no ads. I am excited about the possibilities! Please take a look, see what I have planned for 2023!

Just for you!

Imagine a crafted movement and breath sequence to address your wellness goals. I teach classes, and make home/office or virtual visits, where we work together to increase your calm, focus, flow, and resilience in body and mind. In between, I offer my clients hand crafted audios, videos and energy medicine tools. Take a look around the site, try out a sequence, feel your breath deepen, then Contact me for a free session to see if we are a fit!

Serving virtual anywhere, or in person sessions for greater Seattle area, WA

I love to create abstract paintings like this–Satya: Union
The Curious Life

I first published a piece of writing in my 5th grade magazine. Then I wrote about recess, now I write about mindfulness, spirituality, joy and sorrow, baking, yoga, and my sweet dog Emma. Check out my blogs here, or enjoy my writing and others on Elephant Journal.

If you are so inclined to support artists and teachers like me who seek a right livelihood, I do appreciate any support on Patreon.

OR, check out my slightly snarky writing on SubStack.

Most recent writings….

A place of Maybe.

“You mock my pain!” Exclaims the Princess in that lovely classic fantasy farce, Princess Bride.  Farm Boy/Pirate Roberts replies, “Life is pain, Princess. Anyone who claims otherwise is trying to sell you something.”  This isn’t bad news. We are born into a life that will be marked by loss; impermanent, imperfect, and painful. But this…

Let’s decide together to be Aliens.

When I was doing my student teacher training almost 20 years ago, I was mentored in a class of eight and nine year olds. One day, a student wrote me a note that started— Dear Ms. Alien, and he told me thank you for being his student teacher. The note was sincere, didn’t seem tongue-in-cheek…

The Music of the Pause.

As an independent, traveling yoga teacher, who spends a titch too much time on social media noticing all the events and workshops and retreats other yoga teachers offer, I put stress on myself by feeling the need to offer workshops and events in addition to the classes I teach. I do enjoy offering these events…

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