by Paul Schindel, Three Bears Communications When we met in 1999, Deborah was mailing out a multipage, black and white, typewritten, xeroxed newsletter every quarter with program notes and her teachings. I made some suggestions that helped PCYH reach more people more economically, and look much better in the process, and we’ve been working collaborators… Continue reading The page turns.
By Franziska Raeber Tuesday is my yoga class day. My time out. Just me and my yoga mat and, well, a bunch of other people doing yoga in a room. An all-level class, so you have the ones that go into a head stand as their ‘relaxing’ pose and the commoners like me, that just… Continue reading The Non-Yogi view of Yoga: So far and yet so close
Part of our series “People of Princeton Yoga” we asked students, teachers and employees to write some of their thoughts on yoga. Meet Franziska Raeber, she has been part of what we call the ‘experiment of Princeton Yoga’ since 2005. First as student and as SEVA, later as manager for all things marketing and business.… Continue reading The Non-Yogi view of Yoga: I am a ‘Yogi’
Mandala Construction Monks By Susan Van Dongen Published Centraljersey.com IF ever there was a time when the planet needed to be covered with blessings, it would be now. Residents of the Princeton area — and fellow human beings around the world — can be grateful for the creative efforts of nine Tibetan Buddhist monks, who… Continue reading Healing Power – Tibetan Buddhist monks will create a mandala at the PCYH