Robert Frost would sometimes say at his readings that “poems are about what you don’t mean as well as what you do mean.” This could also apply to the contemporary concept of memoir.
Qigong, also called Chinese Yoga, is a powerful way of being in the world.
As shamanic practitioners, we use our bodies and minds as a bridge between the visible and invisible worlds, allowing gifts to flow from the hidden spiritual realms into ours.
Omega Institute opened more than 36 years ago in rented facilities with only a two-week season and two dozen programs. Since then, Omega has become one of the nation’s largest and most influential nonprofit holistic learning centers.
Learn to get out of your own way and play effortless tennis.
As women, many of us have an impulse to help others but we are not so good at caring for ourselves. In this yoga and meditation retreat for women, Cyndi Lee wants to help us reverse this pattern.