Feathered Pipe Blog – Voice Of The Wisdom Holders

Feathered Pipe Blog: Voice of the Wisdom Holders

The Feathered Pipe has been blessed to host many of the foremost teachers, guides and wisdom holders within the realm of yoga, meditation, spirituality, health and wellness during our four-plus decades of existence. The Feathered Pipe Blog offers you the opportunity to explore more deeply their thoughts and insights for opening to experience a more healthful and fulfilling life.

Success and Onwards – Crystal Water

The 2021 season at Feathered Pipe has come to a close. It was a magical summer on many levels. While dealing with moving through the intensities of losing my mother, Feathered Pipe founder India Supera, and facing prolonged pandemic anxieties, we put our collective energy into improving every aspect of the Ranch experience making it an incredible restart and revival. Read More

Healing the Brokenness of our Dreams – Joseph Lamb, MD

"One of the biggest obstacles on the journey of achieving full wellness is the brokenness of our dreams." I was recently asked if the upcoming “A Functional Medicine Journey; 5 Days to Optimal Wellness” would be focused on the “why” of lifestyle change. I replied that it was focused on the “who”. Read More

Are You Ready to Leave the Bubble? – Lauren Walker

Do you want to learn the truth about your chakras? Do you want to learn how to release the ‘charge’ from your past that is making you unhappy? Do you want to lay down a pathway into the future for your energetic fields to support the manifestation of your desires? Well, it might be time to leave our bubbles... Read More

How Your Breath Affects Your Nervous System – Baxter Bell, MD

It turns out the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) that connects brain to body is a two-way street. If I am anxious and nervous or stressed out by events in my life or simply the thoughts about those events, my brain, via the nerves of the ANS, will likely turn on the Sympathetic part of that system. But the cool thing... Read More

Soft Peace and Childlike Wonder – Carie Garrett

Typically, what I call the “holiday season,” the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, is the hardest time of the year for me. It’s historically been the season of getting together with dysfunctional family members that I would ordinarily never choose to spend time with, and being around all the chaos that comes with that. Read More

Eating Dessert and Practicing Kindness – Crystal Water

The Feathered Pipe Ranch is at its core a sanctuary of kindness and trust. It is there to nurture you in nature and support you in community. Is it magic or simply kindness? Maybe magic that manifests out of kindness? Who can really say, but it is a unique place that community as its heart and we're glad you are a part of it. Read More

Ardha Chandrasana: Half Moon Pose – Marla Apt

Ardha Chandrasana, the Half Moon pose is said to resemble the image of an Indian moon floating in the sky. The Sanskrit word Chandra also refers to the qualities of brilliance or shine of the moon. Although the torso is not dangling but is held up by strong legs, a lightness and freedom can be experienced in this pose as if you can radiate in all directions.  Read More

Health & Ayurveda: What I Value The Most – Melina Meza

What I value most in this precious life is health. Health to me means absence of disease, stable energy levels and emotions, steady appetite, regular bowel movements and a daily urge to be creative. My definition of health is strongly influenced by my practice and study in Ayurveda over the last few decades and I continue to appreciate the practical wisdom she offers. Read More

Many of these writings' authors are treasured alumni and presenters of the Feathered Pipe retreat and travel programs. If you find yourself inspired by anything you have read here and wish to dive deeper, please consider joining us for a week-long program at the Feathered Pipe Ranch.