“…there may be a temptation to assume that learning on your own is enough.” – Sasha Stone

Stuart Rogers Studio aka Theatre TribeI always continued to study Yoga because I knew my spirit, mind and body were always evolving.  It made sense to me.  But in terms of acting?  I took about a 20 year hiatus from studying.  At the time I quit, I had been studying a total of 12 years (with University and a good school in LA).  I was burned out and abused.  So I thought I would continue to learn on my own.  Eventually, I stagnated, stopped growing, and developed some BAD habits.  I am thrilled to be back in class!  I am studying with Stuart Rogers.  I had been starving for his information and I didn’t even know it.

The article below, written by Sasha Stone, deeply resonated with me as an artist. You are never too old to learn, to grow or to have your inspiration reignited.  To me it is the definition of being alive.

Sasha is a wonderful Yoga teacher and writer.  Enjoy reading and be inspired.

“Being teachable applies on so many levels and kicks up your vibration in a major way.  From moment to moment, being teachable keeps you open, compassionate, and receptive.  More specifically, being teachable in your creative passion, career or otherwise, keeps you growing, inspired, and thriving.  Allow me to explain…” read on at the blog

Miss Dial

543959_541210525902883_1315284330_nThe Winning Romantic Comedy Miss Dial starring Robinne Lee and Sam Jaegar is being released today.  It is very charming, sweet with some big laughs. Click Here to see where you can get it, stream it and/or watch it.

Gotta say, what I do in it makes me laugh;)