Mercury retrograde has me revisiting things, like this episode that didn’t get posted on time. Better late than never, and the practices are still very relevant in this post-eclipse waning moon energy. In it I share more about the Egyptian goddess Isis and her bird, the vulture. You’ll hear about how vultures are an important part of our ecosystem, even in the Adirondacks, where they aren’t technically natives but do the important work of cleaning up the animals who have been killed by cars on our not-so-animal-friendly roads. You’ll get some tips on letting go of the past, and practice flying gracefully, like a vulture, in a 30-minute yoga practice.
During the lunar cycle of the Strawberry Moon, join me in getting to know the Egyptian goddess Isis, the mother of all. Find out why black bears mother like Isis and how the US Dept. of the Interior is making it harder for those mother bears. Then unroll your yoga mat for a practice to bring out your fierce creativity.