Archive for the ‘Yoga for Musicians’ Category

:: Continued from Monday September 7 :: There are few certainties in my life.  A very, very, few.  And I confess that it strikes me as odd that Yoga is one of them.  (It’s had a nearly absurd longevity considering my background and random inclinations… But it keeps proving itself, so I keep listening.) As […]


The last many months have swelled by, demanding a return to the MergeYoga-sphere with a blog in three parts. So here we are friends, and here we go: This Spring we toured and wrote for a new Ellery record; in the Summer we recorded it.  The month of August was then a strange gestation period: […]


Lately, this yogini has been wandering through the fog of an eventful season.  The Spring has unfolded with the promise of a new record for Ellery (my singer/songwriter life), and that promise has brought with it an immense amount of excitement, anticipation, intimidation, and stress.   (This emotional cocktail is par for the course in […]


     In my non-Yoga-Teaching life, I’m a singer/songwriter.  My Yoga practice has been a vital help to my career in many ways, not the least of which is controlling the anxiety that comes before important or unusual shows.      If you too find yourself trying to get your relaxation on before a performance, […]