Tag: meditation

Immunity To Change

In their book, Immunity to Change, Harvard professors, Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey, conclude that after 30 years of studying change, they can bring all of their research down to a simple explanation about why most humans are immune to change: “Unless you are willing to get in touch with the fundamental anxiety of […]


Fearlessness is not the absence of fear. It is the acknowledgment of fear and the willingness to work with it and move beyond it. The refusal to acknowledge fear can cause us to burrow into a hole. That hole becomes a hiding place, providing a claustrophobic atmosphere. There is a maxim that says,” When you […]

Meditation Teacher

Two weeks back, I finished my third and final weekend of meditation teacher training at OM Yoga in NYC. We are the first graduating class in meditation teacher training program at OM Yoga. Traditionally, to become a meditation teacher, the process is elaborate and encompasses much more training than three weekends. OM Yoga founder, Cyndi […]

OM Meditation Training

This past weekend I was in New York as a participant in the OM Yoga Mediation Training. The training is the creation of Om Founder Cyndi Lee and her husband David Nichtern. I am a student of David’s. Accompanying me for the Friday night and all day Saturday program where three other practitioners from Empowered […]

Runner’s World

About a year ago a writer from Runner’s World magazine contacted me about a workshop I was leading entitled, “The Balanced Runner”. Over the past year I have had several writers from Runners World come down for workshops. They discovered the deeper essence of what yoga can do for runners. This past summer I went […]