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When we Feel Connected we are Kind |Yoga Meditation Yin practice recommended

Through the connection concept, we discover ourselves. I have discovered that we can create a bond within ourselves. Tools are simple. Pause Breath  Notice  Feel  Sensations Emotions  Breath  Be Still  Our feelings of connection don’t just make us feel good;... Continue Reading →

How Teaching Yoga Online Can Help You Stay Sane & Grounded During COVID-19

by Alice Padron#teach   Since the beginning of the lockdown, my opinion of the digital yoga world has shifted dramatically. Like many other freelancers and yoga teachers, I found myself confused and unemployed. It seemed that the only way forward... Continue Reading →

Doing Away with NAMASTE by Allyson Whipple

I brought everyone out of savasana. Bowing to the participants, I said, “Thank you for coming. Please feel free to stick around and chat if you have questions, or want to go over something in more detail.” Everyone smiled, but... Continue Reading →

When your student takes on the path of becoming a Yoga Teacher.

I will tell you a quick story. I met with Diana today,  she has a great personality, loves yoga and she practices with me @FusionFitnessO2YogaStudio  in Parkland when I teach my classes. She asked me today to meet up for... Continue Reading →

IS YOGA DEAD? AN INTERVIEW WITH “YOGA IS DEAD” PODCAST CO-CREATORS JESAL PARIKH AND TEJAL PATEL by Lara Falberg

A few months ago, I was scouring the Internet seeking out inspiring yoga teachers I might not yet be aware of. Happily, I came across an outstanding article written by Jesal Parikh and Sophie Griffiths called 19 Teachers of Color to... Continue Reading →

Iranian authorities arrest 30 men and women at private yoga gathering

Even in the walls of one’s home, downward-facing dogs are quite the offense in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Some 30 men and women were apprehended amid yoga in a private residence in the northern city of Gorgan, according to... Continue Reading →

YOGA AND DEVELOPING PROPRIOCEPTION

Balance plays a pivotal role in our lives whether we notice it or not. We are constantly bombarded with external forces that disrupt our equilibrium. So much so, that we often fail to notice, as our bodies are so effectively... Continue Reading →

5 Knee-Friendly Hip Stretches

While I don’t buy into the idea that all of our emotional baggage is stored in our hips, nor that greater and greater mobility increases our chances of achieving enlightenment, I do know that tight-feeling hips and thighs can be... Continue Reading →

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