Seed syllable”Hum”

What we think is less than what we know.
What we know is less than what we love.
What we love is less than what there is.
And to that precise extent, we are so much less than what we are.

~ R.D.Laing


Restorative Teacher Training 40hr Yoga Alliance Certification ( towards 300 hr)

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“For a long time the Universe
Has been germinating in your spine.”

~The Warrior, Poem by Hafez


The Yoga Wheel explores the process of yielding, falling back into the body, and cultivating the presence (awareness) of all of the tissue layers. We rely on trust that our inner nature knows, and it’s right here,”waiting” for us to arrive. Our body is simply not as old as we are. To come to be the two-legged beings walking on the planet, it took billions of years. 

Using the principle of experiential anatomy we explore the basics of neuro-cellular, patterns (BMC) attending to distinctive “mind” of the many body layers and systems.We start by coming back to the cellular intelligence and practicing movement that was there during embryogenesis (first 8 weeks of the embryo forming) and following movement patterns and their building blocks, it eventually brings us onto our feet and into walking. 

“Love is a River. Drink from it.” ~ Rumi

Exploring the body,  soma, from the inside, one becomes, as Gil Headley says, a Somanout (an Astronauts of the inner space). Cultivating its innate biotensegrity (balanced tension through the complex network of the connective tissues), we become naturally more aware of the subtle piezoelectric current, the inner “river of love” ( using Rumi’s image), that hydrates tissues and allows bones to float and organs to glide, in its own motility.

And as Bonny Bainbridge Cohen often says, “this is not a metaphor!” On the more subtle level, we are waking up the circulation through Vayus and our Primary Respiration (to use the Osteopathic term rather than “prana” or  “energy”) and experience balance of our physical, and mental being.


Here is an offering a gift of guided meditation practice, from a wonderful teacher of Theravadan school of Dharma, Pascal Auclair.  French language has a very sublime expression, so I find Pascal’s presenting of the Abhidharma very rich, yet very refine, personal and subtle.


SPRING workshop

April 22; 2-6 p.m.


Tensegrity Repair Series Progressives





Urban Weekly Retreats 

Wednesdays 9:30-11:45 am.

( notice time change)

Drop-ins welcome.

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SUMMER June 8-10



Tensegrity Repair Series Teacher Training, 108 hrs Certification, coming up in September 2018


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