I’m so fortunate, to be able to do what I love, for people who love what I do.
Years ago I left my successful engineering career, to spread peace and joy in the world by living the golden rule, teaching the whole of Yoga philosophy, and saying yes to incredible speaking opportunities. I help people live with a deeper connection to Body, Mind, And this most amazing Mystery we are living.
I experience the world through the lens of Yoga and offer what is unfolding in my own practice, sharing insights as they are revealed to me.
As a long-time Vegan, I grow much of my own food, am a certified Wellness Educator, okay-enough musician, and long-time practitioner of meditation and Yoga techniques.
This is not the Yoga you may have tried before. I am told that my classes are innovative – uplifting and inspiring. I try my best to teach how I live, to help all begins who cross my path to find peace and happiness in their lives.
I draw from many lineages of Yoga and spirituality, and translate the ancient teachings into plain english, and modern examples of understanding.
Why did I leave engineering behind?
I helped develop the machines and computers that decoded the human genome, launched Amazon.com, made cars much safer to travel in, made our embassies safe, ended our dependence on live nuclear weapon testing, and helped perfect the growth of man-made diamonds to the point they are indistinguishable from mined ones.
but often times it seemed empty. At the end of the day, what was really accomplished? My best efforts were often times corrupted, and I was a very unhappy man. I decided to stop taking on engineering work, and committed to only taking on work that made the world a better place, work that allowed me to share the best parts of myself.”
Now, I have the best ‘job’ in the world, helping others to find peace, happiness, and meaning in their lives. I help them to find out what really matters. This is what I do, this is all I do…
P.S. If you need a special centering, setting of tone, gathering of energy. A blessing, an intention, I’d be glad to be part of your new beginning – celebrating – or ending. I’ve served at many weddings – and many celebrations of life.