Well, it’s been a while.
e-Sutra is coming out of its longest period of inactivity since I started it in 1997 as a mailing list being run from my AOL account.
A lot has been happening, almost of it good – some of it really great. As part of a major re-design and integration of my online enterprises, I’ve partnered with web genius extraordinaire Lydia Mann to migrate all my sites (including this blog) to WordPress. This migration was made all the more urgent by an epic failure on the part of Blogger that irretrievably destroyed the original esutra.blogspot.com. Fortunately, I’ve archived every post ever sent out, and I’ll gradually re-post the most important ones in the near future.
I have also invited a few guest bloggers to contribute pieces to e-Sutra, the first being my good friend Edya Kalev, who is participating in my brand-new “Yoga Anatomy – Practices” course at The Breathing Project. About twice a month, Edya will write about her personal experiences and share her insights as we work our way through this exciting new material.
In the category of really great, this week saw the arrival of the brand-new second edition of “Yoga Anatomy,” featuring expanded chapters on breathing and the spine, two new chapters on the skeletal and muscular systems, plus more illustrations, variations, indexes and better organization of information. Overall, my co-author Amy Matthews and myself are very pleased with the result, and we know you will be, too.
It’s great to be back, and I’m looking forward to hearing from you. As always, comments are welcome.