I'm still not well enough to go to a class, nor am I well enough to make regular appointments with anyone, but I'm very committed to getting healthy, so slowly, slowly my yoga practice grows. It's very gratifying even if very slow.
"The coin of health has illness on the other side. The currency of joy has sorrow on the reverse. Turn the coin of serenity and there is the stamp of worry. You always have to take what is underneath and reckon with that too. Happiness rests on sorrow, life upon death, calm upon turmoil. Each... Continue Reading →