Monthly Archives: December 2009


Posture DOES matter!

I recently had the pleasure of teaching in Oregon; two riders stuck with me as examples in which very small changes in spine alignment and posture made a world of difference in their sense of self and effectiveness. (These cases are fictionalized).

Roberta is an accomplished rider with a bold and focused approach on horseback. She […]

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Le Pigeon, Portland, OR, 12/4/09

Le Pigeon, in southeast Portland, has a warm, pleasantly disorganized atmosphere with its open kitchen, stacks of preserves on the wall and dessert menu on a chalk board. The room has several tables, some clearly communal and shared by several parties. About 1/3 of the seats are at the bar.

My husband David, and I […]

By |2019-01-06T09:46:09+00:00December 7th, 2009|Food and Eating|Comments Off on Le Pigeon, Portland, OR, 12/4/09