Monthly Archives: March 2011

On Pretending…

Recently a person commented to me that acting was simply “pretending.” Well, the New York Meisner Method trained actor in me was quite offended by this comment. The craft of acting is living truthfully in the moment… it’s listening, it’s … Continue reading

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Bending Over Backwards

The average person probably does not experience doing a backbend in their daily life. In our society we hunch forward… in our cars, behind our desks, in front of our computers. My favorite posture in Bikram Yoga is Camel pose, … Continue reading

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Smile…

I recently viewed the yoga routine of the man who recently won the USA Yoga Competition in California, March 6th. His name is Joseph, and his yogic ability is amazing. His body is muscular, lean and strong. His poses are … Continue reading

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Words Can Hurt You…

Sometimes, what other people say to us can have an incredibly strong positive or negative impact. Our parents, partners, friends, even strangers can make a lasting impression on us simply with their words.  More importantly what we tell ourselves inside … Continue reading

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