Yoga & Weight Training

Yoga & Weight Training

Yoga & Weight Training Practicing Yoga & Weight Training is like having your PB & Jam Toast: you benefit from muscle building, but you also get muscle endurance, balance, and flexibility. The impact of “eating your PB & Jam Toast” is understandable: if...

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Our Beautiful Monsters

Our Beautiful Monsters

I was reading an article by Tsoknyi Rinpoche on How to Make Friends with our Beautiful Monsters. I had a feeling to share that experience. I found it aligned with what we offer at FRY when we talk about the relationship with need to have with the movement and the...

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FRY ROAD TRIP ACROSS CANADA – WILL WE SEE YOU?

FRY ROAD TRIP ACROSS CANADA – WILL WE SEE YOU?

FRY ROAD TRIP ACROSS CANADA – WILL WE SEE YOU? I am happy to announce that FRY Creators CEO Julia Long & Director Sasy Cacace are leading 5-hour FRY The Method workshops & classes ACROSS CANADA to the west starting on June 4, 2022.   FRY will be hosted in:...

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The cocoon of our habitual patterns

The cocoon of our habitual patterns

One of the most effective tools we have for working with our habitual tendencies is practicing the pause, creating space between the stimuli and the reaction. In that space there is our power to reduce our emotional response. In that space lie our freedom. I find it...

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What is Meditation?

What is Meditation?

I had a pleasure to interview Khube Rinpoche about the benefits of meditation for First Responders. It was a very pleasure conversation and as always Rinpoche, with his loving and kind attitude, shared with me and with F.R.Y. audience his deep knowledge You can see...

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Killing the Buddha.

Killing the Buddha.

“If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him.” When I first heard that assertion, I was frowned. How can someone who is on spiritual path, on a path that should push you to have an “inner growth”, suggests to kill someone else? I took a moment of reflection for me to...

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Coregulation! What is that?

Coregulation! What is that?

Stephen Porges, PHD and leader in studying and treating trauma, collected neuroscientific and psychological constructs regarding the role of the vagus nerve in emotion regulation in what he called the Polivagal Theory. One of his affirmations, which I like the most,...

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It is time to calibrate yourself.

It is time to calibrate yourself.

It is amazing waking up in the morning and having that kind of energy that pushes us to create, to help, to go out there and do our duty. In my personal experience I learned that too much of that feeling does not allow you to understand when it is time to step back,...

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