Monthly Archives: August 2014

When Passion is the Guide – JoAnne Dodgson

I found this exquisite piece of writing by JoAnne Dodgson in the most recent edition of the Wise Brain journal – it speaks so eloquently to the nature of existence, change and the power and passion of being in the flow of all of life. I loved her story about how she experienced her father’s passing, ... Read More

Connecting With Emilie Conrad

I dreamed I saw Emilie last night, As close as close can be, She smiled and whispered in my ear, And love was all I could see. We walked a path along a stream, Her presence was vibrant and glowing, She told me things I wanted to know, And the stream continued flowing. She told me I could return ... Read More

Slowing Down

Slowing down after three weeks of teaching is a conscious effort. It is interesting how quickly my body falls into the highly focused role of teaching and leading groups, and how I must – and this happens every time – make a clear choice to let it all go when it is done. What do I mean ... Read More

Deep Gratitude for Support This Summer at Esalen

As my three weeks here at Esalen come to a close, I find myself extremely grateful for the support teams who have shown up here and made my three classes of teaching flow with grace and ease. For Healing the Pelvic Floor, I am deeply grateful to Chery Owens, Heather Hannam, Lori Chinitz, Sharon Sherman and Robin ... Read More