Ten percent of the proceeds from the sale of the Shape-Shifting pieces will be donated to the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge Jerome L. Greene Family Center, which offers lodging at no cost to cancer patients being treated in NYC, to support their yoga and other wellness activities.
Learn more about Hope Lodge: www.cancer.org/HopeLodge.
The intersection of flowing curves and firm angularity within the practice of yoga intrigues me.
Inspired by my own experience,
this series of geometrically grounded pieces considers how “the principles of yoga apply to all people,
to all bodies,”as Matthew Sanford asserts in
Waking: A Memoir of Trauma and Transcendence. Dedicated to transforming loss into potential
by awakening the mind-body connection,
Sanford is a pioneer in adapting yoga for
people living with disability. Pointing out that
“we all live on a continuum of abilities and disabilities,”
he embodies my belief in the healing power of
yoga for everybody.
Flock of Colors, sold
Twenty Six, sold
Sampler I, sold
For Every Body, 16 x 20", $225
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Snow Day Yoga, sold
Sampler, Breathe, 5 x 5", $75