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A good friend of mine kept recommending that I check out his favorite yoga instructor, Sofia Diaz, when she next came to teach in Berkeley. I already had a daily Hatha Yoga practice and wasn’t planning to be in Berkeley anytime soon, but after six months of his insistence, I decided to go see what […]

What if the reason your life is the way it is doesn’t just have to do with what you’re saying and doing, but also depends on what the people you spend your time with are saying and doing? How would that change your relationship to who you choose to be around and how you support […]

Shortly after completing Bhava Spandana Program, I saw that Isha was offering their Hata Yoga program in Los Angeles. This was the first time the program had been available in the US outside of the ashram in Tennessee, and I jumped at the opportunity to participate. I had never been very interested in yoga prior […]

After completing The Landmark Forum and loving it, then slogging through the Advanced Course yet finding it very valuable, it was a forgone conclusion that I would sign up for the final program in the Landmark Education Curriculum for Living, the Self Expression and Leadership Program.
This program is distinct from the first two for a […]

I liked Inner Engineering well enough but always had the feeling that I was going to love the next program, BSP. I was ready to take this yoga business even further, and here was my chance. The promise of BSP is to get a taste of what’s “on the other side” so that one can […]

Early on in my exploration of self development and transformation work, I called a friend who had taken every program known to man, to ask him what he thought made the biggest difference for him. Without missing a beat, he said it was Avatar, because it was the most “clean” program he’d taken, meaning that […]

I was excited to take Landmark’s Advanced Course before I’d even registered for The Landmark Forum. A close friend had told me it was one of the most transformational experiences of his life, and he had participated in all kinds of self-development work, so I was sure this was going to be the magic solution […]

Isha Yoga’s Inner Engineering was the very first program I ever signed up for. It was the 7-day teacher-led version of the program, which takes place on weekday evenings and part of the weekend. I knew very little about yoga, meditation, Isha Yoga, Sadhguru, or personal development work at the time, and I was skeptical […]

I took The Landmark Forum in Los Angeles, early on in my exploration of self-development programs. No one I knew was trying to convince me to go, but many of the people in my circle of friends who had taken it were up to big things in the world, like creating and running an organization […]