Greetings Yogis & Yoginis,

Hoping this finds you well.  “Life is what happens, while you were busy making other plans.”

Big wake up call! 

Due to the unknown trajectory of this virus, I will not be travelling to Europe this year.  I will miss connecting with you and hope that I will see you again in 2021.

To have this practice during this time has been a tremendous blessing.  I trust you have been experiencing the blessings of self-practice, as well as the challenges, especially if you’re used to practicing with your teacher and community.  It is important to move from within, connecting to your own source.


As a long-time practitioner, I am conscious of my mind and the meditative quality of practice.  I recognize that regular practice clears the clutter of the mind and the crystallization of the body: 2 sides of the same coin.  During this time, I have reinstituted the Tibetan Five Rites, a simple practice that moves the entire spine in minutes. 

If interested, check for the book; “Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth”, by Peter Kelder.  


I have also been deeply nourished by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche’s book “In Love with the World”.  He clearly speaks to our conditioned response to life and inspires us on this transformational journey with luminosity on how to live a meaningful life.   

A welcome quote from Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, in his new book, In Love with the World,puts our journey in perspective. 

“People everywhere try so hard to make the world better.  Their intentions are admirable, yet they seek to change everything but themselves.  To make yourself a better person is to make the world a better place.  In order to move the world, we must be able to stand still in it.” 


Thinking of you and wishing you peace, discovery and joy during this unprecedented time.  I welcome hearing from you and hope to see you soon. 

Love and blessings, Kathy


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If you're also interested in studying the Yoga Sutras I can recommend this website from Bhavani Maki (Hawaii, USA).