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October is a time of transformation and release. With that in mind, much of the yoga music we have collected for you this month has a mellow, ambient sound to help you achieve the introspection you need to identify and let go of the things that no longer serve you. We hope this month’s new yoga music will give you the ability to exhale deeply and release all that limits …
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In this month’s roundup, you’ll find practical ways to maintain a balanced yoga practice throughout the fall. You’ll learn how long to practice, how to counteract fall’s coolness and windiness with some warmth, and how to behave in a yoga class when you’re the only man in sight. Last but not least, don’t miss CNBC’s profile on everyone’s favorite YouTube yogini, Adriene of Yoga With Adriene. How Long Should A …
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About a year ago, I did a radical thing. I started accepting myself, just as I am. I know, crazy right? Who does that? Well, I wanted to try it, so I started exploring what self acceptance meant, and how others practiced self acceptance. This search led me first to, Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls: A Handbook for Unapologetic Living by Jes Baker. It blew my mind and led me to a bunch of other amazing things. But, one piece of advice really stuck with me: “change your Tumblr, change your life.”
Baker’s argument is that, if you follow people who are posting about radical self acceptance, you’ll start to embody that self acceptance. Media is reporting some alarming insights on the how viewing socia… Read More
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Find any comfortable posture.
Systematically expand and lengthen your body in all directions while staying totally relaxed and comfortable. Focus on doing this for a count of six.
Systematically relax your body while staying comfortably expanded and lengthened in all directions. Focus on doing this for a count of six.
This technique done appropriately can help you rid of any musculoskeletal pain and give you a peaceful energy top up as well.
This is the simplest version of this method. It can be done in any static posture but can also be done during movement. It can be done with or without specialised breath-control. I can show this technique in its fuller forms in my workshops and trainings.
I am on my way to teach in Germany from 21 July to 6 August (Hannover, Berlin, Hamburg and Dusseldorf), then I will be teaching in Tuscany, Italy from 7-9 August, YogaRise Peckham London from 10-12, then Barcelona from 14-26 August. Then going back to teach intensively in Au… Read More
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Are you ready to take the next step as a yogi? We have been training yoga teachers for over 30 years, and have watched our students go on to enhance their yoga practices, develop wonderful teaching careers, and create beautiful yoga schools.
We believe, doing a yoga teacher training program, even if you never teach anyone except yourself, is one of the most rewarding, amazing, life-transforming things you can do for yourself.
We’re so excited to be able announce our February 2019 200 hour teacher training in Goa, India… hope you’re able to join us for an experience that will change your life!!!
If Goa February is not for you we also have Bali in November for both 200 hr and 300 hr.
If you or anyone you know are keen please click here to select your preferences for training including length and location. We will then be in touch with the most appropriate information for you.
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The tradition of yoga holds great depth and diversity, providing us with endless opportunities to explore and grow. While improving strength and flexibility are two obvious places to focus in order to progress in yoga, there are many other, more subtle, paths and tools that can help you become more proficient in your practice. This list of 11 ways to improve your yoga practice is not meant to be tackled …
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The shift toward the cooler weather and shorter days of autumn requires adjustments to both your yoga practice and your yoga wardrobe. As we transition, we begin to favor asanas and clothing that help us build and maintain warmth and transition into a cozier, more introspective mindset. By choosing the right colors, fabrics, and styles, you can create a fall and winter yoga wardrobe that serves both your physical and …
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Recently, I’ve been working on reading Richard Freeman’s beautiful book, The Mirror of Yoga. I say working on, because it’s the kind of book that reads effortlessly (he is a very poetic writer) and tricks me into thinking, “aha, I get what you are saying”. But in truth, the philosophical concepts Freeman is describing are venerable and steeped in layers of meaning, and I would be fooling myself if I said I “understand” Yoga philosophy. My understanding is closer to shadowy glimmers of perception that ebb and flow in my cognitive mind.
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October’s roundup of free yoga videos includes six unique practices to match just about any kind of energy. Whether you need help addressing something that’s bothering you mentally or physically, are looking for an energy boost to help you start your day, or need a calming tonic to wind down before bed, there’s something here for you! 30 Minute Yoga For Mental Health Flow Australian yoga teacher Sjana Elise Earp offers …
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“If we do chair pose one more time I’m going to scream!” Have you ever had thoughts like these during your yoga practice? If so, you’re not alone. I have too, and so has every teacher I know and every student I’ve taught. It seems we all have at least one yoga pose we simply can’t stand. But in my experience, it’s how we deal with those difficult yoga poses …
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