Women and Yoga

Yoga has become a multibillion dollar industry, owned and operated primarily by women in the Americas. The unique history of this modern phenomenon is a story in itself. Can you name a famous yogini?(a female yoga follower). Or even one who is able to make a living studying and teaching yoga? We know that the history of modern postural yoga dates from the […]

Dealing With Difficult People

An organization I have been working with for almost 10 years recently offered me another chance to look at difficult relationships. During this process, I found myself bristling every time another member of the group attacked or deflected discussion of the issues that rankled him. Unlike the suggestion from the Sage Patanjali, who abjures us to replace […]

Love and Creativity

My parents are celebrating their 59th wedding anniversary this month! As I sit in their living room and listen to their familiar banter, I wonder what it is that has kept them together so long? What is it that allows love to grow within relationship and more importantly, within us individually?   A warm and […]