Now What?

Now What #2

 The recording from  January 21, 2024, workshop is still available. 
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Pluto enters Aquarius   We’ve talked about it in our weekly classes and the workshop will help you weave it all together.   By January, 2025 Pluto settles in for her long, uninterrupted transit thru the sign until March 10 2043  when Pluto enters Pisces.

It’s my hope to host these workshops monthly.  Are you on my mailing list?  Have you subscribed to my blog?  These are all ways to stay in the stream, feel the currents and ride the waves. 


Thank You to all those who joined me online to mark the moment of Pluto entering Aquarius. It may seem quiet now but you’ll look back and remember.

Expecting the unexpected is the mantra and with that in mind I apologize for the lack of an ending on the recording! I turned it off for our YogaDance and forgot to turn it back on for the remainder of the program.

Nevertheless, it is a slow process integrating the radically new with the comforts of the old.

Stay tuned.

More to come.


The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, CA

I visited here back in 2006 and we got lucky it was a really clear day. It was an exciting place for me to be. I was especially delighted by the lines embedded in the concrete representing the orbits of the outer planets. All of that was out front surrounding the Astronomer's Monument. In one of these pix I'm standing on the Pluto line, which also runs thru Long Beach CA in my natal astrocartography map. More on that another time.

January is usually a good time to address long-range planning, whether it’s for the next decade, year, month, or day. 

Join us. 

You’ll be glad you did. 

Beginner’s Welcome


Early Registration is $59. After 12 noon on Saturday,  $63 
Payment includes workshop & a link to the recording on my private YouTube channel. 


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Yoga Therapy? What do I need to know?

First.  All welcome, all the time..

If this is your first experience with anything to do with hatha yoga please let me know so I can keep you safe. That said, all yoga is cumulative, so even if your last class was years ago, you’ll be fine.  Fear not, we are not here to exercise our bodies. However, we will use our bodies to practice self-awareness.  Skill levels are relative. 

Here are some of our practices .

  • Breathing techniques (Pranayama) to increase relaxation, decrease stress response and release fear of the unknown.
  • Meditation techniques to calm & quiet the mind promoting clear & focused thinking.
  • Gentle hatha yoga postures (Asana) to strengthen, create more flexibility, and increase vitality.
  • Guided Yoga Nidra to release long held tensions in the body and create space for new attitudes.
  • Expressive movement for integration and to expand creativity.
  • Deep Listening to support emotional processes and improve relationships with others.
  • Toning (Nada Yoga) techniques for overall well-being and to reduce snoring.
  • Mudras for accessing the subtle/causal body.

As a Certified Yoga Therapist with 20+ years full time experience I’ve learned how to use Yoga to help with just about anything life can throw at you.


Practice implies not knowing, not finished, not ready. We are in learning mode. We are teachable. There are many ways to practice Yoga, the tree is wide and deeply rooted. Without practice, information stays in the mental field. It never gets to the body. The practices  help us integrate because we need to experience yoga not just understand it intellectually. 

The primary practice for all of my offerings is Svadaya.  Read about it here.

Talking & Listening

Satya is the Sanskrit word for truth. To speak our truth is a sacred right and a vital part of our healing. To listen to another speak her truth is equally sacred. Speaking and Listening without feedback, allows us to practice speaking our truth, however pleasant or unpleasant it is.

We practice Satya during our discussion periods.  Deep listening is a non-violent communication technique that allows the speaker to heard and the listener to moniter their (internal/external) responses.  It is quite effective with those who have experienced: trauma, abuse, addiction, loss, illness, unexpected change, and more.

Communications have undergone radical change in recent times. This adds to the challenge of speaking one’s truth.

More later.