A Few Of Our Favorite Things | March 2019
Thanks to our MBS community, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite reads, watches, and yoga. Have your own suggestion? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! We’d love to include it here! Enjoy this month’s selections:
New York-based Opening Yoga Instructor, Michael Amy, recently shared with us this wonderful article published in The New York Times as part of a series of essays exploring the lives of people with disabilities. Read I Dance Because I Can by Alice Sheppard, a dancer and choreographer.
if you want to explore the depths of the universe and have your mind blown, Bethany Hutchinson says look no further than PBS Space Time on YouTube
If you live or find yourself in Minneapolis, Mary Pat FitzPatrick highly recommends making time for a “double header” Saturday mornings at Yoga Center Retreat (where MBS’ studio is located). Start out with Moya Matthew’s Hatha class at 9 am followed by Carlton Morris’ all-level Hatha class at 10:30. Mary Pat says taking these class back to back is a “complete celebration of connectivity!”
Amy Samson-Burke recommends the Academy Award-winning documentary Period. End of Sentence. on Netflix which highlights women in India working toward a better life and financial independence. She also loves Bear Brook, a compelling podcast, documentary series about the use of genetic genealogy in solving cold case crimes.
And finally, if you’re feeling overwhelmed by the pressures of the digital and fast-paced world we live in, Katie Kohlbeck thinks Matt Haig’s most recent book Notes On A Nervous Planet is just the antidote that you need.