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May 2018

You Are Not Crazy

BY MADISYN TAYLOR Sometimes as adults, we just need a time out to refocus and gather ourselves before starting out again.   Most of us feel a little crazy from time to time. Periods of high stress can make us... Continue Reading →

On Fear of Death. “The Sister of Sleep”

Bach beautifully called Death "The sister of sleep". In the third part of the amazing Indian Epic of Mahabharata, a powerful spirit named Yaksa asks the oldest of the Pandava , Yudhistira, what is the greatest of all mysteries? The... Continue Reading →

Stop Stretching Your Tight Hip Flexors

Tight hip flexors can be an annoying sensation for many lifters. From interfering with squats and deadlifts, to limiting comfort during simple tasks such as walking, tight hips should be addressed…but how? What Does “Tight” Even Mean? Before we come... Continue Reading →

Rethinking Complaining

When we spend all of our time complaining, we are in essence in constant destroy mode rather than building mode.   We all know someone who has elevated the process of complaining to a high art. Sometimes funny, sometimes exhausting,... Continue Reading →

The Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) — Movement and Misconceptions

May 20, 2018 ~ KerryMcInnesYoga I recently read a great article on Jenni Rawlings’ awesome and informative blog titled “5 Things We Didn’t Learn About the SI Joint in Yoga Teacher Training”. In her post, Jenni details some misconceptions surrounding... Continue Reading →

Of Breakdowns and Breakthroughs. After suicides and heartbreak ravage her family, Yoga Trainer Jenny Aurthur finds she has no choice but be transformed.

Yoga teacher trainer and mentor Jenny Aurthur tells her story of growing up in a family with mental health issues and multiple suicides. Jenny shares how her discovery of yoga and her use of drugs - both of which she... Continue Reading →

Pain is Weird

Pain science reveals a volatile, misleading sensation that is often more than just a symptom, and sometimes worse than whatever started it updated Jan 15, 2018 (first published 2010) by Paul Ingraham, Vancouver, Canada bio Pain is not just a... Continue Reading →

If Trump Were a Yogi

by Paul McQuillan I thought this article is a Fun Read. be humorous about Life and Yoga If Donald Trump were a yogi, instead of a mat, towel and water, he would arrive (late) with a “rug” and can of Red... Continue Reading →

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