I have been teaching regular yoga classes for three years now and have a seven-year asana practice. My meditation practice began more than half a lifetime ago. I don’t consider myself to be an expert on yoga or even a good yoga teacher for that matter. I strive to continue […]

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The Psoas Aside from being the deepest and one of the largest muscles in the body, the psoas is often overlooked and misunderstood when considering strengthening the core. The psoas sits on each side of your lumbar spine where it attaches to the vertebrae and stretches over the hip joint […]

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While on my morning commute, I often take notice of the new yoga studios that seem to almost spring up overnight. It’s a great benefit to have so many options for access to yoga. However, of the Seven studios within a 15 minute driving radius, I find but only two […]

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The Gita Concisely Summarized The Plot The Quick and Dirty A guy is (understandably) upset about being on the brink of battle with his family. A trusted friend turns out to be a god, and reminds him of all the reasons there’s no reason not to slay them all- dharma, […]

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It is time. The signal by the earth has been given. The smallest of seeds begin germination. After a cold long winter, a tiny insignificant desire that was safely tucked away between the strewn leaves and dead grasses starts the first steps along a way defined by countless others before […]

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This is a well rounded flow that can be followed as is for a Intermediate practice or each of the main asanas can be focused on without the deeper expressions for a basics class.It’s divided into sections. The standing poses come after the warm up and lead into navasana early […]

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I’m currently enrolled in a yoga teacher training where the group is always tasked with home-play (homework) to finish off the course of the duration between sessions. This time, our home-play was to inquire into the nature of a person’s interaction or response during our interactions. The inquiry is something […]

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A co-worker admitted to me today that he wanted to “give yoga a try”. I responded, without pause. “Why would you want to do that?” To which he immediately responded, “You’re not a proponent of yoga!? Then why do you do it?” In my own amazement at the situation, I […]

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So I really haven’t been writing that much lately. Not as much as I used to anyway. My words are less ‘flowey’ lately, and have taken on a more technical tone because my job as an IT consultant. My career life has been creeping into my yoga life more and more. […]

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I work as an IT consultant and consider myself to be a guest at many of the corporations that specialize in the oil and gas and energy sectors throughout the U.S. I use the word guest, because I am invited into their organization for the consultancy process in which I share […]

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