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January 30 – Tapas: Igniting the Fire of Discipline #yogachat
by Kim Brown

January 23, 2015

Tapas is that inner motivation that fuels us to do the things we need to do. Join us for a special #yogachat about tapas this Friday at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern. Follow @shareyoga on Twitter for more information.
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How to Ride a Crocodile
by Debbi Murphy

January 16, 2015

Ganesha is often called the Remover of Obstacles, but if you look deeper into his story, you will see that he can also put obstacles in your path. So a more accurate  title might be Manager of Obstacles. Some yogis even call Ganesha the Revealer of Possibilities. And isn’t this closer to the truth of the human experience? Obstacles, inevitably, are part of our lives.  They cannot be removed; only managed and with self-compassion, turned […]
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Creating Bite Size Intentions for Big Impact #yogachat
by Kim Brown

January 08, 2015

It's a New Year and a lot of us our building our "To Do" lists with new goals and resolutions. For our first yoga chat of 2015, we would like discuss how to create "bite size" intentions for big impact.
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Share Yoga’s Top Blog Posts of 2014
by Darla Brown

January 05, 2015

We've rounded up our most popular blog posts of 2014 and highlighted our amazing contributors consisting of yoga teachers, authors, nutrition experts and more!
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I am divine. I am connected. The 7 chakras.
by Darla Brown

December 16, 2014

Learn each of these mantras related to the seven chakras. The chakras are energy centers located along the vertical axis of the body.
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Seva & You: How to Be of Service #yogachat
by Kim Brown

December 02, 2014

What is seva? “Seva” is a Sanskrit word meaning “selfless service” or work performed without any thought of reward or repayment. In ancient India seva was believed to help one’s spiritual growth and at the same time contribute to the improvement of a community. The holiday season is a perfect time to reflect on the spirit of service and how we can make a deeper connection with ourselves, our loved ones and our community. The […]
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Yoga & Music: Let Your Heart Sing #yogachat
by Kim Brown

November 17, 2014

This Friday on Yoga Chat we will be talking to one of our favorite yoga teachers, Julian Walker. Julian is well known for his ability to incorporate music as part of his teaching style. He skillfully and effectively creates playlists that let your heart sing while you experience a more profound mind body connection
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3 Mudras Perfect for the Holidays
by Celestyna Brozek

November 17, 2014

A lot of times during the holidays, we lose space to practice. Either we're traveling and there's literally no time or room to do a full asana practice, or we just get exponentially busier. That's where these mudras come in!
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