Fascia: The Tissue that Binds

Fascia: The Tissue that Binds

This post was originally written for The Heart of Hillsborough magazine. We are more than just muscles and bones.  Fascia is the name for the connective tissue that runs through our bodies, connecting bones to bones and bones to muscles (and much more).  In fact, 30%...
Meditation & Yoga for Caregivers

Meditation & Yoga for Caregivers

This post was contributed by Harry Cline of newcaregiver.org How to Use Meditation and Yoga to De-Stress Caregivers and Seniors Providing care for a senior loved one is such a noble expression of love. As time goes by, however, this arrangement can also be filled with...
FOTM – Aparigraha and Grace

FOTM – Aparigraha and Grace

Non- covetousness consists in not acquiring superfluous goods, nor desiring them, nor accepting gifts beyond reasonable limits . . . The more one owns, the more one needs to protect it. Accepting more than is necessary and acquiring more and more goods, knowledge,...
The Paradox of Action

The Paradox of Action

October has been a whirlwind of a month for me.  Usually, I take some time in October to evaluate my year, to decide what I want to focus on for my next trip around the sun, and then to set a concise, meaningful intention to use as a mantra or touchstone in my daily...