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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 →

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A MODERN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

Whether you’re a curious yogi, a seasoned teacher wanting to take your knowledge further, or a studio owner looking to start or improve your teacher training, you only need a quick Google search to swim in a sea of yoga... Continue Reading →

Morning Yoga with a view!

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5 MISCONCEPTIONS MEN HAVE ABOUT PRACTICING YOGA

Yoga can have plenty of great benefits for men, and it's easier than ever to get started.   No matter how unconventional a new workout or exercise seems, chances are you’ll try it if you can envision the results it... Continue Reading →

Why Your Downward Dog Isn’t Necessarily Yoga! Are you just doing simply gymnastics? Thoughts on this article?

Yoga teacher Carola Lovering left YJ LIVE! New York with some existential questions about the practice of asana. Here she breaks down how a modern-day yogi can make sense of what we’re really doing on the mat. CAROLA LOVERINGJun 12,... Continue Reading →

What if Hitler did Yoga? …excellent article by Mark Manson

https://markmanson.net......For the last few years, I’ve had an idea for a satirical self-help article called, “The Productivity Secrets of Adolf Hitler.” The article would feature all the popular self-help tropes—goals, visualizations, morning routines—except expressed through the exploits of Hitler. “Hitler... Continue Reading →

BREAKING YOGA’S ALIGNMENT STEREOTYPES

by DANIELLA WITTERN BUSH#TEACH I arrive early, as always, giving myself time to roll out my mat, adjust the lighting and the sound system, and open the cabinet of yoga props. Sometimes one or two mats have been strategically placed... Continue Reading →

When science meets mindfulness

Researchers study how it seems to change the brain in depressed patients In 2015, 16.1 million Americans reported experiencing major depression during the previous year, often struggling to function while grappling with crippling darkness and despair. There’s an arsenal of... Continue Reading →

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 →

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