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About Yoganesha

I am a yogini, meaning I integrate yoga into as many aspects of my life as possible. I started taking yoga classes back in the late 70s and in 2000 I became a certified Kriya yoga instructor. Since then I have been fortunate to have studied with yoga masters such as Shiva Rea, Ana Forest, and Sean Corn. One thing is for sure, yoga is one of those things that makes our life better. Namaste!

The Come Back!

Hello Everyone, It’s been 2 years, 3 months and 12 days since we last met. Since then I moved to Ashland, Oregon and have been in the process of reinventing myself (sometimes without great results).  I have learned so much during … Continue reading

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Can you hear me now? Learning to listen to your body

Our body is constantly sending us messages.  It tells us we are tired, hungry, in pain or discomfort.  It tell us when we are hot, cold, or coming down with a bug.  The body is immensely wise and if we … Continue reading

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Healing a Broken Heart with Yoga

  It has happened to all of us at one time or another. Someone has broken our heart and all the talk, friends, ice cream, therapy sometimes don’t seem to be doing the trick because we want to feel better … Continue reading

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September is National Yoga Month….and Why Movement is Important

  Wow, it’s been almost a month since my last post. Lots has happened.  I had the chance to visit my son, Michel, who is a white water raft guide on the Pigeon River in Tennessee, and yes, white water … Continue reading

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The Dandelion Seed Effect

Hello from Sunny South Florida! I’m in Miami attending a non-yoga related conference and feeling the effects of travelling. In Ayurveda, the ancient Hindu medicine, the body’s constitution is made up of three humors or doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha). … Continue reading

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Are you turning into a prune??

Hello Everyone, You have heard that old proverb you are what you eat.  But what does it mean? Outside of the philosophical premises of whether we are vegetarian or not, there is a clear link between what you eat (and … Continue reading

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Grounding and Centering

Multitasking or being able to do multiple things at the same time used to be a skill. Today, it has almost become a requirement.  Can you efficiently juggle various tasks at the same time?? Can you email, be insightful at … Continue reading

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