Posts Tagged with 'Feathered Pipe Ranch'

A Quiet Yoga Revolution: Q&A with J. Brown

J. Brown shares details of how his personal practice has evolved over the years, the challenges of being a yoga teacher in today’s consumer-driven landscape and the yoga industry as a microcosm for a greater paradigm shift in the U.S. and throughout the world. READ MORE

Beginner’s Mind – Gernot Huber

Do you ever feel like your practice has become routine? Are you convinced you have figured out exactly how you like to practice? Are you now taking poses for granted that you couldn't do a year or two ago? Do you keep obsessing over the same limitations, the same frustrations in your practice? READ MORE

The Breath is Enough – Gernot Huber

What makes yoga such a powerfully positive practice for both body and mind? The focus on the breath, which has the power to affect both mind and body, and to bring them into greater harmony. And when mind and body are in harmony, to paraphrase Fritjof Capra, spirit emerges. READ MORE

Interdependence & Equanimity : An Interview with Baxter Bell & Melina Meza

Baxter Bell and Melina Meza share their stories of how they discovered yoga and Ayurveda, what inspires them to continue their work and how we can use yoga tools to prolong our health. They will be leading a retreat—Playing Between the Opposites—at Feathered Pipe Ranch from June 30 to July 7. READ MORE

Why We Need Gentle Yoga – Lanita Varshell

A beautiful larger woman, somewhere in her 50's, walked into my center today with her friend. I could tell that she was apprehensive walking in the door, but when she saw me, a well-rounded 50+ year-young teacher and the Studio owner, she relaxed a little. The story she told me is similar what I have heard from hundreds of women in the last 15 years... READ MORE

It’s the Journey, Not the Destination – Gernot Huber

Yoga for most of us is a journey towards increased awareness and acceptance of the way things are. But letting go of our future-focused, goal-oriented mindset is a long journey, where we frequently find ourselves, like a mountaineer on a slope of loose rocks, taking two steps forward only to slide back one. READ MORE

Nurturing Our Divine Connection – Nat Kendall

For years now, I’ve been trying to find a way to express what the practice of Bhakti means to me. I wish it was just a simple sentence that we could wrap a bow around and say “this is Bhakti.” But it’s not that easy, so we start here and look at it’s beginning. READ MORE

Coming Home to the Feeling of You – Alie McManus

So much about Feathered Pipe is calling to me: I love the experience of being immersed in the natural world. I love traveling to new places. I love the practice of Yoga, and more specifically, the practice of Freedom Yoga, which has a long and wondrous history at Feathered Pipe. READ MORE

Learning the Art of Undoing – Gernot Huber

When we want to get something done, we generally assume we need to ‘do’ something. When we decide to move our body, we assume that such movement is the result of muscle contraction. This statement seems so obvious that you might wonder why I bother stating it. The reason is that it is wrong, and it is wrong because it ignores one half of the movement equation. READ MORE

The Foundation of Transformation – Brooke Medicine Eagle

I’ve spent my life searching for ways to transform the old negative patterns and craziness that was picked up by most of us in our childhoods. I think of a New Yorker cartoon showing a huge auditorium with a banner “People with Totally Happy Childhoods”. There are 3 people among the many hundreds of empty seats!  READ MORE


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