7 Very Shareable Quotes on Breath

by Darla Brown July 29, 2014

Check out these 7 very shareable quotes on breath and pranayama from TKV Desikachar, Max Strom, Sylvia Plath, Rodney Yee, and more!

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Pranayama at Work: How Breathing Changes Everything #yogachat

by Darla Brown July 28, 2014
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Breathing at Work Every other week we host a Yoga Chat on Twitter with the hashtag #yogachat. This Friday, we will be discussing the topic “Pranayama at work: How Breathing Changes Everything”. Our intention is to provide some tips and techniques you can integrate into your work day, whether you work in an office, a […]

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Invoking a Daily Journal Practice with Tarot Cards

by Ryan Pettengill July 20, 2014
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Since childhood I’ve had a fascination with journaling, and at the same time a fear of not having enough to write. That  all recently changed when I took a Brene Brown ecourse through Oprah. For those of you who may not be familiar with Brene Brown, she is one of the preeminent investigators on whole hearted living […]

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Food: The First Yoga

by Lori Tindall July 16, 2014
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Food is alchemy, transmutation, the seemingly magical process of transformation, creating life from life. It is a true uniting of forces, an integration, a Yoga. Ancient sacred practices abound with mantra during meal preparations. The intention and energy with which the food is prepared is considered to have a direct influence on the availability and […]

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Working with Uncomfortable Feelings

by Celestyna Brozek July 15, 2014
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Life isn’t about avoiding pain, feelings – any feeling! Even uncomfortable feelings like hunger, addiction, craving, fear, anxiety, depression. It is about learning to lean into those feelings, relax into them, wrap them in compassion, and then send them on their way. In meditation, we practice being with our thoughts – outside them, not inside […]

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A Day in the Life of a Yoga Teacher: Melissa Aguirre

by Kim Brown July 14, 2014
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Welcome back to our new series, “A Day In the Life of a Yoga Teacher”! Part two in this series finds us on the other side of the country in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. We had the opportunity to interview a certified yoga therapist who primarily teaches soldiers, veterans and military dependents. What is her […]

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4 Yoga Tips for Beginners

by Jill Paschal July 13, 2014
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Yoga positions and the practice of yoga can be beneficial to your mind, your muscles, and even internal functions like your digestive system. With so many benefits, it is no wonder that yoga’s popularity is on the rise. Before you begin however, it is a good idea to have the right information to help you […]

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19 Yoga Tips for Travel: Why Stress When You Can Stretch?

by Phoebe Liu July 7, 2014
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Modern travel takes a toll on the body and spirit as it frequently involves unnatural hours of sitting, standing and waiting, maneuvering oneself and baggage through massive crowds, disorienting time zone changes, and helpless dependency on events outside of our control.
But here is where yoga comes in…

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