Yoga in the Forest

Today I did something special. Special for me. I gave myself permission to leave my toddler with my husband for a couple hours so I could do some yoga. The Thousand Islands Land Trust teamed up with River Yoga to offer some “Yoga Treks.” Basically, they were monthly outdoor yoga sessions, each taking place in oneContinue reading “Yoga in the Forest”

North Country Druid: Thousand Islands Land Trust Hosts “Green Movie Night”

When I first started this blog five years ago, it was originally called “North Country Pagan” because I wanted it to reflect my experiences finding things relevant to Paganism and Pagan culture in Northern NY.  My blog title eventually changed because I wanted to narrow my focus more on my spiritual path of choice, butContinue reading “North Country Druid: Thousand Islands Land Trust Hosts “Green Movie Night””

Offerings of Service for the Earth Mother and Nature Spirits

Three Cranes Grove, ADF, did an “Earth-Along” last weekend with people all over the world.  You didn’t need to  be part of Three Cranes, or even ADF, to participate.  The first day was of service to the Earth Mother and Nature Spirits.  As I said recently, I take a bag into the woods with me every year right afterContinue reading “Offerings of Service for the Earth Mother and Nature Spirits”

The Intersection of Nature Photography, Conservation, and Druidism

I had a girls’ day out today with my friend Miss Corinne of A Green(ish) Life.  I’d not seen her since New Year’s Eve, so it was really nice to catch up in person.  FB is no replacement for a true social-outing!  She’s involved with conservation efforts in the Thousand Islands Land Trust, and thereforeContinue reading “The Intersection of Nature Photography, Conservation, and Druidism”

Living Druidism as an American

Sometimes, I ponder my path in relation to my location and nationality. There are times when I can’t help but wonder if my Druidism is somehow “less connected” than if I were actually living in Ireland, Scotland, England, Cornwall, etc…  Am I less connected to the Tuatha de Danann who are so intimately intertwined withContinue reading “Living Druidism as an American”