Ayurveda

Normal Again

Normal Again

“Things I’ll Do Once I Feel Normal Again” This is the theme I started journaling on last week, *|FNAME|*, when I noticed that my daily entries were a little more doom-and-gloom than I felt comfortable with. I was going on week 9 or 10 ofread more

Take It Lying Down

Take It Lying Down

How did you spend the end of 2023?  On the heels of exciting emotional and spiritual healing in the fall, I was gifted with one more chance to confront my biggest challenge: my own mind. They say that God doesn’t give you things you can’tread more

Light Layers

Light Layers

A few years ago, I KonMari’d my wardrobe and eliminated the need for separate “seasonal” storage. My primary motivation was saving space (I was in my smallest-to-date NYC apartment, where the only space for a dresser was inside my closet, so every square inch counted!),read more

Bridging Ancient Wisdom and Modern Wellness in “Root & Nourish”

Bridging Ancient Wisdom and Modern Wellness in “Root & Nourish”

Our culture does not have very strong support when it comes to spiritual and emotional health, which has shifted a bit since COVID but still needs a good amount of work. Everyone has a different relationship to these areas of their life, and if someoneread more

The Truth About Core Stability

The Truth About Core Stability

Thirty spokes share the wheel’s hub; It is the center hole that makes it useful. Shape clay into a vessel; It is the space within that makes it useful. Cut doors and windows for a room; It is the holes which make it useful. Thereforeread more

Why I Don’t Want to Be Enlightened

Why I Don’t Want to Be Enlightened

The thing about a series is that you always know what’s coming next. Comforting in some ways, but also potentially unnerving—especially when what’s at the end is at the end for a reason. That’s how I’ve felt the last few months as I’ve explored theread more

Taking the Waters

Taking the Waters

She was the single artificer of the world In which she sang.  And when she sang, the sea, Whatever self it had, became the self That was her song, for she was the maker.  Then we, As we beheld her striding there alone, Knew thatread more

Goals, Crushed

Goals, Crushed

pity this busy monster, manunkind,   not. Progress is a comfortable disease: [. . .]  listen: there’s a hell of a good universe next door; let’s go —E. E. Cummings My four years as an undergraduate in Cambridge scarred me in many ways. I’ve softenedread more

Spring 2023 Rest & Reset

Spring 2023 Rest & Reset

April 14-23, 2023 Register *Please note the revised schedule as of 4/4/23* I don’t do cleanses. And yet, my body—the miraculous thing that it is—is always cleansing all on its own, through the natural processes of detoxification and digestion it’s designed to do to stayread more

Midwinter Rest & Reset 2023

Midwinter Rest & Reset 2023

January 26-30, 2023 I don’t do cleanses. And yet, my body—the miraculous thing that it is—is always cleansing all on its own, through the natural processes of detoxification and digestion it’s designed to do to stay alive. In Ayurveda, facilitating the process of cleansing ideallyread more



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