This M(om)ent…

Published on Mar 04, 2013 by in Durango Vibe, Teachings, This M(om)ent

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You know you live in Durango Colorado when…

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(all access!)  WF TEMPLE GONG!  Let’s Make History:  Get Dawagahti To Nationals This March!

HELP ME GET DAWAGAHTI TO MAKE NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY!

She could be the FIRST female Native American to compete at the US National Snowshoe Championships this March 15-17…i NEED YOUR WARRIOR HAND!

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in some circumstances, an unpacked Course is safer in snow event situations than a packed powder Course.

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“It was a genuine please having Steve Ilg in my {spin} class today. I became aware of Steve in 1988, when our Outdoor Adventures staff used his book, The Outdoor Athlete, for sport specific training. It was even more exciting to have such an endorsement of my spin class instruction. Many thanks Steve! I look forward to Saturday.” – Scot Davis,

Director
Sage Film & Video
wisdom in motion
970.946.8979
sdavis@sagetechvideo.com

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SnowDance…

“…we get out…we get out with our kids, our Loved Ones, our selves, most of all…and we Breathe..and we Listen..and we Merge…into the SnowDance…”

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think bicycle racing is tough? phfff. think nordic ski racing is tough? guess again. running? uh…..kindygarten. ashtanga/power/hot yoga? c’mon; and you best bring your Mula Bandha! Cycle Crosser’s? uh what, y’all run for like uh, 30 seconds max? you don’t know deep, sacred, delicious pain, until you’ve raced on Sport Snowshoes… c’mon…bring your off season […]

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“Your suffering is my suffering
and your happiness is my happiness.”

~ Siddhārtha Gautama

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deep pow

yet another Sister found through the Deep Pow Connection…and if you don’t know how Sacred the Deep Pow Connection is?
ya’ just ain’t yet livin’ the WF life to her fullest…that is why ilg offers Private Intensives…ilg will take you into the k(Now)…pic by ilg at Wolf Creek (nearly 11,000′) during pow(der) day…

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