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mizu disierto butoh

Mizu Disierto of Water In The Desert and The Headwaters Theater   Friday October 25th, 7pm-9pm Introductory Session | $15 drop-in October 26th & 27th, 10am-4pm | all 3 sessions $125 (if registered before 10/11) at THE HEADWATERS Waterline Studio | 55 NE Farragut St. Door #4 (entrance at front of building) INFO + REGISTRATION: […]

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Pre-sensory motor focusĀ is not something you will see in most anatomy books. The concept is that before you sense (through the sensory organs) there is a decision, usually unconscious, about what you will perceive. Imagine that you and I are walking towards one another on an empty street. Let’s also imagine that one of us […]

Rumi quote

What an epic day yesterday! I cleaned out a storage unit full of stuff of my mom’s that hadn’t been looked at for 12 years. Going through so many boxes of documents and papers, little scraps of things she had saved, journals, diaries, address books, letters, receipts… I thought about the boxes and files and […]

ahimsa

Ahimsa, (non harm-doing) is the first of the yamas, or the ethical rules of yogic practice. Ahimsa is the foundation upon which the rest of the yamas and niyamas are positioned, as well as being the underlying “goal” of practice in general. To do no harm is practically impossible as every action creates affect or […]

heart chakra

Happy Valentines Day! Regardless of the plethora of possible associations you might have to this particular holiday, it’s never a bad excuse to explore the essence of the day… The heart. In western society yoga and meditation have started to receive recognition from the medical community as to their value for cardiovascular health and aiding […]