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Theme of the Month: Pratyahara

The fifth limb of Patanjali’s 8-limbed path, pratyahara, is the yogi’s ability to draw their senses inward, to shift from an external focus to an internal focus no matter the circumstances. This requires a disciplined mind that can be primed with yoga asanas and pranayamas. Our complete focus in the preceding limbs guides us to… Read more »

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Community Spotlight: Karma Peep of the Month

It’s been a pleasure for us to work alongside Maureen Kenny, in addition to watching her practice flourish and bring joy and light to her life. ‘Mo’ has shared her practice with us since the start of 2017 and participated in Breathe’s 200-hour Teacher Training last year. She’s been a tremendous addition to our staff,… Read more »

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Theme of the month: Pranayama

It’s hard for me to believe that October is here. Nonetheless, I’m excited about having pranayama be the theme of the month at Breathe! Pranayamas are breathing practices. The breath practices of yoga are so unique and fundamentally awesome!! Let’s take a deeper look. Pranayama is the fourth limb of Patanajali’s eight limb path of… Read more »

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3 Ways to Cultivate Daily Presence

Have you ever experienced the following scenario? You’ve planned your day perfectly, packed a great lunch, and your yoga clothes so that you can smoothly make your way out of the office with just the right amount of time to get to your favorite class at 5:30. You are out the door and on your… Read more »

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Free 5 Senses Meditation

Enjoy this 5-minute guided meditation that will ground your presence by scanning through the sense faculties. This short meditation is highly effective at calming the mind, relieving anxiety, and centering our awareness into the present moment.

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Theme of the Month: Asana

Happy September! Gil and I have just returned from a trip to Colorado. After spending five days up at 10,000 feet we are enjoying the air back at sea level. We typically like to fill our vacations with new adventures, and this was no exception. This time we summited a 14,250 ft mountain. Talk about… Read more »

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