Walking Tall in the New Year

Walking Tall in the New Year

December and January are aptly named the “dead” of winter—although what appears dead and dormant is in truth preparing for the fresh burst of spring. We, too, naturally follow this rhythm with the tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions: We see where we are now,...
Making the Old New Again

Making the Old New Again

Those of us who grew up in India have seen sweepers, dhobis, and paddy workers laboring all day in positions we couldn’t conceive of holding longer than an hour. How do they do it? And why don’t they suffer sciatic pain, spondylosis and scoliosis, like so many of the...
Making the Old New Again

Making the Old New Again

Those of us who grew up in India have seen sweepers, dhobis, and paddy workers laboring all day in positions we couldn’t conceive of holding longer than an hour. How do they do it? And why don’t they suffer sciatic pain, spondylosis and scoliosis, like so many of the...