Love Lessons; Living as Learning

I’m a teacher and I love to learn.  If I could I would go to school and be in training courses for the rest of my life.  I love to deepen my understanding and appreciation of the world.  Every time … Continue reading

Love Lessons; The Alexander Technique

I have been a teacher of The Alexander Technique since 1993 and have used the Technique as the foundation for all my work and life.  Whether it has been working with artists, raising my children, teaching in the corporate world … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Vital Capacity

Vital Capacity I heard this term many years ago in an exercise science lab at ASU. It refers to the amount of oxygen a person can bring into their lungs in one breath and the amount they can release. Of … Continue reading

Love Lessons; What’s Missing

I miss you.  It’s been a while since I have written anything and I can feel that something important is missing for me.  A sense of home and ground is present when I am engaged in writing these blogs and … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Waves of Love

One of my favorite places in the world is Hunting Island, South Carolina. It is a State Park on the very southern tip of South Carolina and is called a maritime forest. Through years of erosion and natural evolution this … Continue reading

Love Lessons; My Right to Choose

I’m going to do it again.  I’m going to write this and push publish.  I’m not going to edit the life out of this and attempt perfection, because when I go back and read these blogs I know they will … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Living the Questions

I worked with a guest director at USC, Paul Giovanni, that started every project by distilling the essence of the play in three words or less.  He wanted to know and communicate what was essential about the story before any … Continue reading