Friday, September 12, 2014



CROW RIVER WILDERNESS

“It don’t get much better than this,”

As my father might have said:

You’re at beaver creek, dark falls

On cottonwoods and; willows

and; the campfire. Buffalo grass waves

Knee-high in the breeze good-bye

To prairie winter. Light wind lulls birds to sleep,

You with tin mug of vodka and; grandson

In tent with father son who pitched it,

Stoked the fire and; you, thankful

Fortune got you warm, love

Links you with dying flame, spring’s breath

Tickles new leaves, caress as light

As pianists bring high notes alive,

Usher in the deep and; rainy sleep.


June 8, 2014




Thursday, May 22, 2014

Thank You - YGB





To spend time with these Ashtanga Yoga master teachers, listening to their stories and
taking their classes, is a true blessing. Thank you Richard Freeman, Manju Jois, Dena Kingsberg,
Tim Miller, David Swenson, Dominic Corigliano, Diana Christinson, Leigha Nicole, Johnny Smith,
Mary Taylor, Shelley Washington, Noah Williams and Jack Wiseman and to everyone who attended
including our dedicated exhibitors, volunteers and musicians. Your effort in being part of another great
weekend filled with abundant light, love and humor in celebration of Guruji and the legacy of these 

master teachers continues to inspire and energize the Ashtanga Yoga community. 
Click here to view photography from the event. More coming soon. 

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