I’ve been dancing tango since 1998. But I have been a tango dancer since Sunday March 2, 2014. Something new happened. Argentine tango* takes a voracious appetite for the unknowable, the undoable. One must thirst for the music to enter

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What soothes your heart, lowers your blood pressure, cancels out diabetes, and counteracts depression? What allows more balance and confidence to those with Parkinson’s disease? And gives people with Downs Syndrome a way to solidly inhabit their bodies with more

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In October of 2012 I suffered a catastrophic event that changed my life, my dancing, and my work. A neurosurgeon had an “accident” during my surgery and dripped bone cement into my spinal canal. I was paralyzed on the right

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Yesterday was glorious. The sunshine sparkled like glitter at Mardi Gras, all over the winter brown grass and the newly turned soil. Dave and I were starting to prepare raised bed planter boxes with a mix of soil we have

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Last week, a friend and I went to Mexico City for the weekend, and added on extra time and one night in the town of Valle de Bravo. I had been curious to visit this place for many years, as

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Come and enjoy healing in the mountainous clear air of central Mexico for a week of nurturing, learning, sensory excitement, and peaceful abundance. San Miguel de Allende won the 2013 award for Conde Nast “best city in the world”

San Miguel has gorgeous colonial architecture, organic farms and produce, very good international cuisine, spectacular weather, and a fine culture of ancient and contemporary arts.

Participants will receive at least 20 hours of continuing education credits for bodywork, from Donald Van Howten, Feldenkrais and Ayurveda practitioner and teacher, massage therapist instructor, and author of Ayurveda and Life Impressions Bodywork