Endings and Beginnings

Blog post by Jeannie O’Neill, Regional Education Director   In one of my favorite books Their Eyes Are Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston wrote; “There are years that ask questions and there are years that answer.” What kind of year will 2018 be for you? It is commonplace for people to make resolutions for the… Read More

Day in the life of Yoga Teacher Training at FLSM

As we quickly approach the early bird deadline for the upcoming FLSM Mindful Journey Yoga Teacher Training we are getting super excited about all the amazing things this training will offer. Part of the fun of this for us is developing a curriculum that embodies the FLSM spirit of bringing ones’ best self to the… Read More

Conscious Coziness

Have you noticed this trending word, Hygge, popping up more and more in your social media feeds and in blog posts? If you have, its for a good reason. Hygge (pronounced Hoo-ga) is a Danish practice of intimate warmth. To boil down the concept, it’s simply coziness, although it really is so much more. As… Read More

Student Spotlight: Part-time Evening 2017

Samantha Spaulding, Micheryl Blake, Brian Alexander and Kristen Angell make up all of our Part-Time Evening Program at the Finger Lakes School of Massage . This small yet mighty group of four students are known around our Ithaca campus for their focus, dedication and teamwork–leaning in and supporting each other beautifully during their time in our massage program. They make an exceptional team… Read More

New ways to Learn ~ FLSM and Perceptual Thinking Patterns

Have you ever thought about going back to school but remember not feeling like you were really good at being a student? It is common for adults to recall their time in High School without the warm and fuzzy feelings of nostalgia. Often school, and learning, were painful processes, and thinking about going to school… Read More