I couldn’t have asked for a better race in Kiawah. Everything went as it should, and I hit not only my stated goal of qualifying for Boston, but also my radical goal of beating the qualifying time for women 34 and under (of which I am no longer one, since August). I squeaked in with a chip time of 3:39:44. (According to the logic of our friend Chad, I’d need to drink 16 beers to celebrate. When he called after my first marathon, he suggested I have 19 beers, one for each second I finished under 4:00.)
This is the day we move cross-town into a house that’s four minutes’ scooter trip to the studio downtown, less […]
This Times article is music to my ears—and my ankle, rolled twice in two months. It makes sense, too, that […]
Yoga teachers and movement geeks: here's your last chance to sign up for a wonderful applied anatomy training that happens online in real time (or, if it's better for you, your own schedule) starting this Saturday. Carolina Yoga Company is hosting this training with two wonderful teachers, Jenni Tarma and Jenni Rawlings.