Author Archives: Anne Marie Welsh

Yoga Tools for Writers

The Gifts That Yoga and Meditation Bring to Writers, Part 2 In my coaching and editing work, I help writers develop the qualities of mind and heart, and learn effective techniques and tools that Yoga can bring to the writing … Continue reading

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Deep Yoga Retreat in San Miguel de Allende, April 6-13, 2015

Join me in welcoming spring during our next eight-day Deep Yoga Retreat in historic San Miguel. We’ll again be staying at Kate Joyce’s fanciful Casa de las Ventanas with its romantic rooftop patio and panoramic views of this gorgeous colonial … Continue reading

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Yoga, Cooking, and Bliss Beneath the Tuscan Sun:

Two years ago I led my first retreat in the magical medieval hill town of Radicondoli just west of Siena in Tuscany. If paradise has an earthly habitation and a name, Radicondoli is it. Here’s the announcement for our next … Continue reading

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Step Into Yoga: The Mind-Body Path to Healing and Happiness

June 8, 1-4 p.m.,  La Jolla Community Center, 6811 La Jolla Blvd., La Jolla My next Yoga Workshop is coming up soon; here’s the announcement from the La Jolla Community Center where I teach every Thursday at 7 p.m. and … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Saraswati Way

I left my job as theater critic for the San Diego Union Tribune five years ago, and soon became hooked on Yoga as a physical practice which had amazing health benefits to body, mind and spirit. But when Deep Yoga … Continue reading

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A Stellar “August: Osage County” at The Old Globe

  Director Sam Gold’s staging of “August: Osage County” at the Old Globe closes with the quiet Native American housekeeper Johnna standing at the top of a steep staircase that leads to her attic room. Below her is cruel, cancer-ridden … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Inward Eye

The title of my blog comes from William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud,” more commonly called “Daffodils.” The popular 1804 poem closes with lines that sum up, in simple language, his notion of poetry as “emotion recollected in … Continue reading

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