Why a wheel instead of a circle? The wheel feels dynamic and full of life. The circle feels linear and more narrow. In riding a horse, the principles are taught to ride from a circle of aids, (seat, legs, and hands.) The application of the aids is how we communicate with the horse, but…

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So many different ways to experience partnering. Today was special when I got to pet an elephant while I was walking to the ashram. Very humbling, magnificent animals that share the planet.

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What a remarkable country to practice stillness. I came here 8 years ago looking for answers to the basic oneness of human nature, life, and the possibility of inner peace. Significant answers have been answered, but the practice is in daily life. The irony of India is that it is not still or quiet. One…

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I have wifi this trip to Jaipur, India, so I am having fun with my Fitbit tracker. Cool way to keep track of your daily motion.

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  Didn’t make it to the 1/2 marathon run in San Francisco, but it was fun to do the course by walking. Wonderful to walk in such a beautiful environment along the bay and across the bridge.

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  Having the right shoes makes a huge difference while walking for hours. First time walking in high end walking/light hiking boots and my feet are thrilled with the level of support and balance. They feel a little bit heavy in comparison, but my feet are happy feet!  

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  The travel fitness challenge is once again in place. Walking and running will be the primary approach. Walking fast enough to create swinging arms, so the core is working. Running with enough technique to have the core and the arms working every step. Slipped in a couple of DVD’s, a few pages of notes…

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