Practice

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Practice

When I was a studio manager, one of the things I enjoyed most was meeting brand new yogis. It is such a privilege to be with someone at the very beginning of their yoga practice. To see where they start and wonder where yoga will bring them. One of the questions I was asked most frequently was, “How often should I practice?” It’s a surprisingly tough question.

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Modifying Poses Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Yoga Toys.

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Modifying Poses Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Yoga Toys.

“Using props doesn’t make you a yoga wuss, it makes you smart"        -Ana Forrest, Cody App

Oh, how I hated yoga props, when I first started yoga. They got in the way, they halted my “flow,” and they were certainly a down level of which I would not permit myself. This last bit would be the biggest hurdle in my acceptance of yoga toys.

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Go Deeper

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Go Deeper

You may have heard me say in class, “We come to yoga to learn all the things we already know.” Usually I’m specifically referencing things like left and right, up and down, bent and straight, etc. I’m probably smiling when I say it, but it’s not really a joke to me, because it’s how I feel in my own practice. Yes, I know left and right, but do I really know it?

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Run Like a Yogi

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Run Like a Yogi

I am not a runner. As I write this I am training for a 36 mile trail run, but I repeat, I am not a runner. I despise running, and I know darn well it’s not good for me. For 5 out of the past 6 years, my family and I have participated in the Rachel Carson Challenge. The afore mentioned 36 mile trek is something I have a love/hate relationship with, and as it might be my last attempt at it, I’d like to go out with a bang.

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Coffee and Yoga

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Coffee and Yoga

Coffee and yoga. Do they go together? That all depends on who you listen to, or if you listen to anyone at all. Before deciding to embark on a partnership with Luna Caffe, I had a few things to think about.

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