Thank you for making a donation!

We really appreciate your good thoughts, time, and consideration. The Black Lotus Yoga Project offers classes and annual retreats teaching stress reduction through yoga and complementary methods. Our workshops and retreats are targeted at under-served and much deserving groups. This includes but is not limited to First Responders, War Photographers, Veterans, Active Duty, and Military…

Individual Donors

The War Photographers’ Retreat wishes to thank our individual donors. Kim Haegele Pamela Hart Susan Gibbons Amanda Peters Catherine Iannuzzo LTC David Anderson & Kanani Fong Amy Sun & Everett Go Kelly Connolly Margaret Emerson Mike Kamber Katherine Gamble Emily Brand Jill Frankfort Natalie Rusk Erica Magliaro Terry North Jill Lichtenstadter Katherine Greeley Zan Barry…

The Schedule

Thursday, August 25th Meet at Black Lotus Yoga, 91 Sidney Street, Cambridge MA 1:30-2:45pm -  Pre-retreat Yoga (Stretch those travel-weary muscles!) 3:00-5:00pm – Welcome & Orientation 7:30 – 9:30pm – Small Gathering, Meet & Greet (Location announced during orientation) Friday, August 26th 9:30-11am – Group Yoga 1:00-3:30pm – Individual Acupuncture 4:00-5:00pm – Group Yoga Evening…

Acupuncture 101

Another fantastic addition to the Om Team is Liên Zayhowski, an incredibly educated and talented Licensed Acupuncturist. If you were following the blog a few weeks back I talked about Kathleen Hamel and her use of Acupressure Therapy and Massage, which is one part of the retreat. Acupressure uses some of the same pressure points as acupuncture,…

Joe Longo: WWII Cameraman Who Left A Legacy

Interest and support for the retreat is high,  as evidenced by the organizations on the sidebar who have generously agreed to spread the word. The care giving team is growing –bodywork specialists have agreed to give massages and acupuncture appointments gratis to our participants, and organizations are telling their members to consider going. We’ve also…

Welcome Friends: August is not so far away

Idil Ibrahim, the love of Tim’s life, told me over breakfast: “Tim thought that strangers were friends yet to be met.”  And it’s true. Described as “The Prince” amongst NY journalists, Tim was one of the easiest persons to talk to. Or as a soldier wrote to me: “I used to try to talk to…