Trail running with my twin brother

Prelude In case you don’t know my brother here’s a little background. First off, we’re mirror-image identical twins. And the first thing most people want to tell us is “But you can’t be identical, you’re not the same gender.” Or,… Read More

2015 Race and training re-cap

I technically still have a few races left this season – the Mount Desert Island Marathon next weekend that I get to run with Jerome because it’s his first ever marathon(!), and the Downeast Double Trouble trail series that… Read More

Seasonal Cleanse

Mountain Studio is Open

bluehillmountainstudio.com The back story . . . When Lucy was born nine years ago I gave up my yoga studio in Vermont and moved back to Maine. I’ve been a nomadic yoga teacher ever since. Over the last nine years I’ve taught in… Read More

Is cleansing and detoxing overrated and/or unnecessary?

I’ll be leading my 7th annual Spring Cleanse April 17- May 7, 2016. I still call it a cleanse, even though the word shift would be much better. I wrote this post last spring to address the reason why… Read More

To the Colorado River and Beyond

(It’s ok to skip the words and scroll down to the pretty slideshow . . .) Why the desert? Jerome and I met in Colorado 15 years ago and soon after we went on our first backpacking trip together to the Maze in… Read More

The Spring Cleanse is coming

Register now for Wild Open Heart’s 21 Day Sugar Detox and Spring Cleanse

Weekly news roundup 12/17/14

In Wild Open Heart news, I will be teaching several classes over the Holidays, be sure to check my class schedule to see where when. Move Your Body Balanced action, it’s all about balanced action. Picture the pelvic floor,… Read More

Repairing an epigastric hernia in the middle of training for a 50k race

In the personal news category I took my first ever trip to the operating room last month. I’ve had plenty of surgeries before to remove skin cancers but those were all done in the doctors office and didn’t… Read More

Weekly News Roundup 11/23/14

Move Your Body It probably comes as no surprise that one of my favorite undergraduate courses was comparative vertebrate morphology. In particular I loved the fanciful (though also sometimes eerily accurate) idea that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. The idea… Read More