Search
Search Menu

Modern Menstrual Education 101

Modern Menstrual Education 101 February 28, 2016 1:00 to 3:30 $30 per person REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE Open to adults (defined as 18 years of age or older), men and women, who are interested in learning more about menstruation.  Workshop is experiencial and will include movement, …

Read more

Mary of Greenfield

Statues and images of Mother Mary are pervasive in the Greenfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh.  Even out on a short 6-block urban walk, I passed many unique images of Mary.  Even if we aren’t out looking for the divine, the presence of this nourishing mother figure impacts …

Read more

Wisdom Body Yoga & Meditation

Have you ever witnessed a friend, family member or colleague at work create suffering or patterns of suffering for themself?  It’s so hard to watch.  It’s so easy to identify the pattern, the problem, the mistakes.  It’s equally simple to see an obvious solution.  On the …

Read more

Yoga and Meditation Class Schedule

Here is Sharon Fennimore’s current group yoga and meditation class schedule WEEKLY CLASSES MONDAYS 7:00 to 8:15 pm RESTORATIVE YOGA @ Mookshi Wellness Center RESTORATIVE YOGA is a nourishing practice for all experience levels and physical abilities.  A combination of mindful movements, supported asana, breathing and …

Read more

Power Feng Shui

You’ve certainly heard of power yoga….right?  Well, this nine-day challenge is power feng shui! I would like to invite you to an extreme feng shui challenge: For nine-days, on each day, throw out/donate/sell 27-objects. Yes, I’m serious.  And, honestly, it isn’t going to be THAT difficult. …

Read more

Make Room

In October of this year, we discovered that my nine-year old son Nick has significant issues with impacted teeth and a lack of space that is going to require two-phases of comprehensive orthodontic care and surgeries.  The first phase of orthodontic care, the one where we …

Read more

What is a Health Coach Session?

Recently, my sister suggested to me that I start a website called “NotaDoctor.com” and offer intuitive medical counseling to clients.  You see, I’m not a doctor.  I’m not a doctor by any definition.  But, after 20-years of facilitating yoga and movement therapies, studying anatomy and reading …

Read more

Practice Notes: Rainbow Body

Each week, I teach a mindful yoga class on Tuesday nights at Mookshi Wellness Center.  Recently, I have adapted a new preparation technique for teaching my classes and find the foundation theme for my class through daily prayer and meditation.  I have always been guided to …

Read more

A Precious Human Life

Everyday, think as you wake up, Today I am fortunate to have woken up.  I am alive, I have a precious human life.  I am not going to waste it. I am going to use all of my energies to develop myself, To expand my heart …

Read more

No Time to Meditate

I know.  You don’t have time to meditate.  I don’t have time to meditate either.  No one has time to meditate and yet we all have all the time we are ever going to have.  We strive for peace, beauty and happiness, but our hours, days, …

Read more

Keep Something Beautiful

“In difficult times, keep something beautiful in your heart.” ~J. O’Donohue I am currently creating an online course called “Radiant Heart“.  It is, at the core, a group exploration of a number of Classical Buddhist texts that provide the philosophical foundation for the practices of yoga …

Read more

Benefits of Reading Sutras

This month, I am starting an online course called Radiant Heart and we will be reading a number of Classical Buddhist texts that provide guidance for both meditation and interacting with others that builds our capacity for happiness and joy.  This course is appropriate whether you …

Read more

Grief and the Heart

This week, I lost a cherished orange cat–Mushuk (muh-shook).  He would have been 19-years old this summer, but it turns out that he did not have another spring in him.  This winter was his last.  My son broke his leg sledding this past January and Mushuk …

Read more

Mountain Poems

Recently, I have been engaging in translations of Chinese poetry about mountains.  I love sacred mountains and poetry, so poems about mountains represent some of my favorite contemplative poems.  It seems to me that reading them reminds me that I am on earth and as I …

Read more