Santosha Space BlogNews, teachings, and thoughts from the studio
What we resist, persists. :: Where attention goes, energy flows. These two sentences were the topic of a dharma talk at a retreat I attended about a year ago. If you pay close attention to your thoughts and intentions, you will see these two things play out in your...read more
A few days ago, I saw and shared a beautifully filmed video on Facebook about massage. But its loveliness is not really what struck me - Ben's words about massage being a way to allow a body to become present, a way to allow a person to occupy more of his body's space...read more
At the end of a silent retreat I attended last year, the phrase "be like water" came into my head. In that original moment, it simply meant to choose the path of least resistance, in finding a seat to enjoy the retreat's final (non-silent) lunch. I certainly didn't...read more
It's an interesting thing to have a blog. I don't consider myself a terribly private person, but I don't just broadcast to the world, either. I have a lot that I want to say, but not often outside of the context of relationship. The parameters of context are what...read more
It's been a reflective few days. I traveled for business, spending my days in a board room, listening to clients explain what they've got and what they need instead, and feeling like I was in a space where I had some expertise. I spent my nights talking to...read more
After an early morning hour on a plane between 1 loudly unhappy toddler, in the piercing way only toddlers can be loud, 2 slightly older well-behaved children and two tired mothers, I decided to splurge on an airport Irish coffee. It's hard to spend $15 on even a...read more
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200 N Churton Street, Suite 200, Hillsborough, NC (919) 590-9494
There is limited on-site parking, and additional public parking one short block away on King Street and in the King Street parking lot, accessible from Churton Street.
We are upstairs. Enter using the staircase on the left side of the building.