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Headstand How To

Headstand, aka the king of asanas, is one of my favorite postures. This gratifying pose releases an immense amount of energetic freedom and a bounty of benefits. Headstand (Sirsasana) draws your attention inward, keeping your mind sharp and clear. Headstand is extremely helpful if you are stressed out, anxious, fearful or having other worrisome thoughts. Practice headstand with… Read more »

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Why We Say ‘Namaste’

It has become tradition in the majority of yoga classes across the country to close with the sanskrit greeting ‘namaste.’ Often the yoga instructor will include a translation, “the divine in me bows to the divine in you” or something similar – replace ‘divine’ with ‘light’ or ‘spirit’ or another positive vibration. To me namaste is a recognition… Read more »

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It’s Time to Celebrate!

We are one week away from our 4-year anniversary, and that means a weekend of yoga, community and fun is nearly upon us. We have scheduled extra classes, special events and a community potluck gathering. We hope to see you all next weekend for the festivities! Here’s a list of the weekend schedule: Friday Feb. 26… Read more »

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Yoga is Making Me Feel Un-Yogic!

Most of us come to yoga because we are looking for something. More flexibility, less stress, peace, contentment, the list goes on. And this is what yoga promises, right? We see the pictures all over the media of the bendy gal with a blissful smile on her face, most likely on a beach with a… Read more »

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The Beauty of Remembering

“What can I do to always remember who I really am?” – Juan Ramon Jiminez The Sanskrit word ‘Yoga’ has various but similar translations; union, connection, to yolk, bring together, join. The word itself implies that something was apart, separated, or disconnected. In fact there is a Sanskrit word for the opposite of Yoga: Viyoga…. Read more »

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Measuring Up

Happy New Year! Just before the change from 2015 to 2016 I taught a class themed around our life’s markers. If you are unfamiliar with the term, the idea is that we have distinct measuring points that allow us to reflect and evaluate progress. Sometimes these markers may even define our lives, ie. the day… Read more »

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