stress tips I gave the J-post

Here is an excerpt with a few of my top stress tips that I gave to Tracey Shipley of the Jerusalem Post. Tracey came to my yoga class and consulted with me about how parents can deal with stress. “Our teacher, Dr. Kim Hershorn, is the creator of the Life-Tuning Process, which she describes as […]

How to Deal with a Death in the Family

My grandmother died in her sleep two days before her 99th birthday. In dealing with her death, I wrote this. It helped my family and maybe it could help others, too.

Let Work Renew You

“Work and play are not polar opposites. They can be part of the same dynamic. We can be playful as we accept to work with levity and joy.” Right after I posted my last post on play, a friend, who was kindly encouraging me to live my life’s purpose, sent me the poem I am […]

Take Time to Play

Take time out to play. Play is so important for our well-being. It’s not just something that children need to learn and grow. It’s good for all of us. I have been reading a lot about play and was fascinated when I found Dr. Stuart Brown’s TED lecture. Brown founded the National Institute for Play, […]

Open the Heart (Heal Your Body)

Last week’s tip was about releasing the neck. This week, I want to focus on opening the heart for the alignment of the whole upper body and shoulder girdle. Before giving you pointers you can use on the mat, in exercise, and in daily life to have more comfort in your body and ease of […]

See the Gift in Pain (Op-ed Follow-Up)

What a week it’s been! Since I got my article on chronic pain published in the Montreal Gazette last week, I’ve got so many encouraging responses and also a couple of requests to speak. I’ve been hearing stories from people who came across my article as far away as New Zealand. It’s amazing how things […]