High and dry.
Summer in the city.
At Shree Yoga, Spring Challenges have become an Institution.
I arranged to meet Lesley Merola Moya, the designer and force behind the brand, Roxie Rudolph, at the World Cup Cafe one afternoon a couple of weeks ago.
Tomorrow Shree Yoga Taos will host an evening with a very special guest. Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, began her life in 1943 as Mary May Gibson in Downers Grove, Illinois.
This is a guest post from my daughter, Genevieve Oswald, Shree Yoga Taos‘ co-owner with Suki Dalury, whom you heard from here, last week as we entered the Holiday Season. Genevieve’s “story” seemed a perfect bookend.
I invited the Shree Goddesses, Genevieve and Suki, to tell me a bit about what the changing Seasons mean to them. Here is Suki’s response. I’ll post Genevieve’s later in the month.
Kendra Peralta has been practicing yoga since 2000.
As an Elementary School Teacher for the past 25 years, Alice Zorthian has had to stick to a structured curriculum.
Summer is almost here and that means lots of visitors to Taos and the surrounding area.
With Spring’s official arrival just a couple of weeks away, Shree Yoga Taos is getting ready for their annual Spring Challenge.
Jennifer Ammann has been practicing Yoga for almost thirty years.