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To the Yogi who shows up on the Yoga Mat,​ this is my letter to you, by Cristina Holtz March 2019 (3 min read)

I am writing this from a personal experience.  I have been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching for almost 5. YOGA DOES NOT HAVE TO BE UNREALISTICALLY POSITIVE TO BE HELPFUL Sometimes as a Teacher and also as a student... Continue Reading →

Evolve your movement practice. ​Tell me WHY? When was the last time you evaluated your practice like that? Your teachers like that? Your SELF like that?

STORIES FROM THE MAT  " Even the simple looking stuff in yoga, like the picture here, or warrior II, or warrior I, or uttanasana, utkatasana, sukhasana, and all these poses that are standard in most yoga classes can for many... Continue Reading →

Scoliosis and Yoga: The Do’s and Don’ts

by Amber Burke Editor's note: The below are intended to be general recommendations for yoga practitioners and teachers. They are not a replacement for the personal advice of a health professional. Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine whose... Continue Reading →

Playing with Downward Facing Dog   adho = downward mukha = face svana = dog asana=posture I hope you enjoy the play between downward facing dog and child's pose. You can do this practice at any time in the morning to reenergize or in... Continue Reading →

Your Brain on Yoga. Part I: Motor Control by Garrett Neill

In this day and age, it’s no lie that there is a myriad of ways to move your body. There’s also a lot of different styles of how to teach these movements. Yoga alone features at least 8 major forms... Continue Reading →

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