Spring is here and that means all life is trying to break through the defrosting earth. We tend to overlook how beautiful and positive this breaking can be. Breaktrue, from the earth. This is who we are, each and every one of us is perfect just the way we are and everything we ever need is deep inside us. We just need to break true 🌋🌒✨

Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn 2017  

Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn 2017  

New Haven Moment

A friend and I had talked about visiting New Haven for a few months and by this time we both needed to get out of the city, so we took a little trip up North.  I was truly excited for an adventure to a new and unexplored city. One of my favorite things to do is just up and go, and I instantly found myself quite fond of this quaint little town. A little part of me didn't want to explore as much just so I would have reason to come back.


I walked diagonally through the green and found myself right in front of this beautiful gothic revival clock tower. The clock started playing this cheerful melody and with each delicate chime the wind swept the amber leaves off of the majestic trees. I watched the leaves flutter downwards through the sunlight canopy to this magical melody.  We went to Claire's Corner Copia for lunch and checked out a rare book. 


Twilight Yoga on the Rooftop Vineyard

Tonight we welcome the Moon to come a little closer. Over the next two days the moon will be its brightest and much closer than usual. You might even feel something because the moon effects all living things. 

Tonight was the opening event of Rooftop Reds in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. We had a wonderful vinyasa flow class on the rooftop vineyard, between the rows of grapevines.  What an amazing way to welcome fall in this incredible city.

As the sun set it washed the sky with its beautiful orange glow on top of a deep lavender backdrop. Each breath allowing us to open our hearts and embrace life as we look forward to the wonderful unknown. 

This was the first of many rooftop events at Rooftop Reds and they will continue having twilight yoga every Friday this fall until it's too chilly. 


All life is interrelated

Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly... This is the interrelated structure of reality. - Martin Luther King, Jr.


New York City legalized bee keeping in 2010 . Native honey bees love Native New York Asters. Smooth blue Asters are just one of the native flowers on this Brooklyn green roof... our bees just love it! Bees on our roofs are a great thing 🐝


Buckminster Fuller

”In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model.

You create a new model and make the old one obsolete. That, in essence, is the higher service to which we are all being called.”

— ~ Buckminster Fuller ~