Posts made in December, 2011


This time last year, my family and I were waiting anxiously at the border to cross into Mexico. It was intense but so worth it. I am heading back down to Mexico to run our annual retreat but also to connect with many friends that we made on our trip last year. I can tell you that we will be in heaven. I may or may not take time to post while we are away but I want to wish you all a wonderful January. I will be back teaching the...

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Thai Coconut Soup


Posted By on Dec 29, 2011 in O2 Vegan Blog | 0 comments

Thai Coconut Soup with Tofu and Cilantro 3 shallots, chopped 2 tbl peanut oil 1/2 lb. tofu, cubed 1 cup white mushrooms, thinly sliced 1 can lowfat coconut milk 3 cups vegetable broth 2 tbl brown sugar 2 tbl tamari (soy sauce can be substittued, but tamari is much more flavorful) 1 tbl lemongrass (optional, but yummy) 1-2 tsp thai red chili paste (adjust for more or less spice) Zest and juice of one lime 2 tbl lemon juice Chopped...

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Yoga In Action-Mexico


Posted By on Dec 29, 2011 in O2 Yoga Blog | 0 comments

As many of you know, I believe that yogic philosophy can reach far beyond the mat. In fact, my practice on the mat is really just a small percentage of what I consider to be my path. As a yoga teacher but also as a human being, I feel that sharing energy, money, stuff, time directly with others makes the world a better place. My husband Steven and I are coordinating a project that you might be able to help with. We are going to be...

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This is a go-to soup for me when it starts getting cold. I make it a lot on the boat. One of the things I love about it is that most of the ingredients should already be in your pantry. It is so simple but also seems exotic and hearty at the same time. Absolutely play with the ingredients here. When baking you have to be pretty precise with measurements but soups are easy to change up and flavor to taste. Fire-Roasted Tomato and Red...

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Why Dream?


Posted By on Dec 14, 2011 in O2 Yoga Blog | 2 comments

I have had an incredibly stressful few weeks. We moved out of the South End on Saturday which was of course bittersweet. I was hoping for closure but what I got instead was incredible unsteadiness and confusion. Basically, the woman who is supposed to be taking over the lease has led me on a journey that can only be called, if I am being polite, a roller coaster ride which doesn’t seem to have an end. I am also, of course...

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