Hometown: Austin, TX
July 18, 2013
I've loved cycling since I was a kid. I've commuted to work via bike, participated in charity rides and done long distance rides simply for pleasure. My next challenge is learning how to repair bikes.
I've been all over the East Bay, but I don't have a favorite yet.
Greetings, Shilanda! I hope you can make it to our class sometime (Fridays at 12pm). It's in the smaller room in the back at Satori, and the name has changed to Lunchbreak Oasis if you pre-register online, which is recommended because it's a small room! I hope to meet you sometime and help you with the intentions you want to set for your practice! If you have any questions, email me! Blessings, Amy
Shilanda, I'd like to formally welcome you to East Bay Cohousing, and also wave hi as a neighbor... Berkeley Cohousing is just around the corner from The Convent, and I'm a Berkeley Student Co-op alum (Casa Zimbabwe) myself. I love your analysis of one of the key challenges of community connections in high-priced markets like the core Bay Area:overcoming the structural conflict between renters and owners, finding common ground and alignment to a higher community purpose. Good luck in your search