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Category Archives: Spirituality

Retreat rescheduled: May 2016!

Hooray! Stephen, Anne and I have decided upon new dates for our yoga and writing retreat: Friday-Sunday, May 20th-22nd, 2016.  […]

The Aspirational Lightness of Being, part 2

(The Aspirational Lightness of Being, part 1.) Most of the junk I have accumulated over the past thirty-four years is […]

Retreat announcement

Just a quick note to let you know that Anne and I have decided to postpone our writing and yoga […]

Writing + Yoga Retreat Schedule!

[Edit: This retreat has been rescheduled for May 20th-22nd, 2016. Details here.]   As promised, here’s our plan for the retreat weekend. I […]

Hinduism FAQ

As promised, here’s the first in my series on Hinduism. I absolutely loved the class I audited at Tufts this […]

Retreat Update

Lovely people! Just wanted to let you know that Anne and I have rejigged our retreat plans to make it as affordable […]

Comet Party Writing + Yoga Retreat, take 2!

[Edit: This retreat has been rescheduled for May 20th-22nd, 2016. Updated details here.]   Remember how I’m offering my first retreat this September […]

Transformational Writing + Yoga Retreat!

[Update: This retreat has been rescheduled for May 20th-22nd, 2016. Details here.] I am over-the-moon excited to announce my first-ever writing and […]

MindFUEL, part 2: Saturday, May 16th!

EDIT (May 2015): due to Brynne’s impending nuptials and cross-country move (sob!), we decided to cancel this workshop. I’ll definitely […]

I Drank the Kool-Aid and I’m Never Spitting It Out

I’m insanely excited to announce MindFUEL Yoga + Writing, a three-hour workshop I’m hosting with my dear friend and yoga teacher […]

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