January 12, 2020

I love it that yoga, which is such an integral part of my life is so portable. I can take it anywhere, whether it's the red rocks of Sedona, the beaches on Cape Cod, inside a studio or into the supermarket. I always suggest jokingly and half seriously to my students th...

December 3, 2019

There is something magical about the first real snowstorm of the season; the snow falling softly as it sifts through the pines, blanketing everything with its whispering breath, especially when you're cozied up inside sitting by the fire. It isn't until the morning tha...

September 20, 2019

“Ahhhhh!!!! Jeffrey!!!!! Help, there's a dead bat!!!” as I screamed and dropped the pitcher on the floor. It must have flown in when we were having the house painted and the door was ajar to access the plug. Cautiously, calming down, Jeff covered it and tossed the bat...

July 27, 2019

Several years ago I was lost in thought as I walked through town, very happily strolling down the sidewalk. As I passed folks coming towards me, they would nod and smile, so I nodded and said hello back. What surprised me was that it kept happening over and over again,...

May 12, 2019

Stepping into my husband's space, he stiffened, but as I wrapped my arms around him, he melted and released. I held him until there was a shift in his energy and he could let go of his frustration. A couple of hours later Jeff asked, “What did you do differently this t...

January 11, 2019

                                           Myself, Here and Now

I am Robin -No, I am Here – No, I am Now – No! So if I'm not Robin and I'm not here or in this time frame,...

July 25, 2018

Forehead to forehead and eye to eye, I melted into the deep gaze of Dust Bunny. A rich chocolate brown, she was the only mare in a barn full of males. As I placed my hands on her side and by her face, Dust Bunny relaxed and settled in. I loved when she'd turn her head...

June 21, 2018

My namesake came to visit a couple of weeks ago in the form of a feathered friend. He flew into my dining room window, opening his wings wide as he hit the glass over and over, finally giving up and flying away. But a few days later I was relaxing on my porch and again...

June 5, 2018

Pulling into my driveway I often think of Pavlov's dog as I feel the urge to race into the house. But instead of the stimulus being a bell and the reward food, my stimulus is the house itself and my reward the bathroom. I have to stop, take some breaths and not respond...

January 13, 2018

“There's a bunch of zombies roaming up and down our halls,” snickered a woman to her companion. Shaken out of my concentration, I felt slightly offended and then self conscious. I was attending a half day meditation retreat and one of our practices included a walking m...

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