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Practicing Everyday Mindfulness

It can be hard to focus your attention in a world that expects you to constantly multitask.But by living more mindfully we can live more intentionally.

All About Sun Salutations

Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar A and B) are foundational sequences that initiate the rhythm of a yoga flow. The name is derived from the Sanskrit words “Sūrya” meaning sun and “Namaskāra” meaning greeting or salute.

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Intro to Moon Salutations

Surya Namaskar is a staple sequence in both modern and traditional yoga practices. Sun Salutations serve well to awaken the body shortly after rising. At the end of the day, its calming counterpart is available to bring your energy back down.

Relaxing into Happiness | with a guided meditation

We have an inherent need to ‘achieve’ happiness. We think If this “thing” would happen, or if we just could accomplish a certain task or not have to wrestle with all these challenges, only then would we be happy.

Yoga for Runners

No matter the runner’s skill level, many experience pain and tightness from the jarring effects of exercise. Whether it’s poor posture, odd gait, or repetitive movement, each can spur aches and pains.

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5 Tips for Injury Prevention

Listening to your body is essential to prevent and avoid injuries. Here are some tips to reduce your risk of injury during your practice.

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Symbol Stories: Aum

One small sound with a multi-faceted meaning: Aum(ॐ) symbolizes a lot more than the end of a yoga class. Commonly referred to as “Om” this Sanskrit word can’t be summarized in a simple translation, as it packs a lot of meaning into one petite package.

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Yoga took root in India and at first was practiced exclusively by Brahmins, the wise priests of the caste system who were revered as men of learning.

When you hear the term “performance enhancer".. you may not immediately consider yoga.

Sutra 36 of book two roughly translates as: for one established in truthfulness, all action bears fruit.

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