Author: Jennifer Kurdyla

Self-Study

Self-Study

January 26, 2023 Last weekend, I found myself face-down on a massage table for the first time in three years. It was everything I expected and nothing I expected. The places where I thought I’d feel a big release if tension were underwhelming, whereas theread more

Fermented Lemon Honey

Fermented Lemon Honey

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Authority

Authority

January 19, 2023 I wouldn’t claim to have a photographic memory by any means, but I can close my eyes and visualize the running list of presidents I made at the back of my five-subject spiral notebook for eleventh-grade AP U.S. history. As we movedread more

Inference

Inference

January 11, 2023 It never fails to amaze me how predictable—and predictably good—I feel after acupuncture. After several years of schlepping to Greenpoint to lay on a heated table with needles (that I am too scared to look at) poking out of my body, Iread more

Experience

Experience

January 5, 2023 My teacher cued us through the standard surya namaskar vinyasa, and just like I’d done hundreds of times, I pushed myself from a chaturanga pushup into upward facing dog. Except, in the transition that had become as familiar to me as walkingread more

Those Who Can’t Do

Those Who Can’t Do

Presidents and pirouettes. Herbal formulas and quadratic formulas. How to read and how to listen. Shame, courage, forgiveness. These are some of the things I’ve learned from teachers over the years, lessons that have taken me by surprise by how tenaciously they’ve stuck in myread more

Give & Give

Give & Give

December 29, 2022 The week before Christmas is always more chaotic than I expect, even though by now those expectations for chaos are pretty high. Between finishing work projects (and sometimes starting new ones), arranging for travel, and making sure I see everyone I wantread more

De-formed

De-formed

December 16, 2022 I just finished reading a novel set during World War I, where, among other atrocities, one of the main characters loses half his face in battle. Beloved for his good looks and charm, this character is particularly devastated by the injury, whichread more

Spiced Cauliflower Leek Soup

Spiced Cauliflower Leek Soup

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Bare

Bare

December 8, 2022 We have circled back around to the beginning (or the end?), in terms of nature’s cycles as well as my teaching theme 🥰 intentional? Yes, but also not something I’ve had to think a lot about consciously. When we allow our livesread more


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