Category Archives: Yoga

Benefits of Starting the Day with Yoga

The Benefits of Starting the Day with Yoga By Jessica Proulx   It is not always easy to rise with the sun, and just like changing any other habit, there are a million reasons that your brain will give you to keep doing what you’re doing.  If you have been waking up the same way and doing the same thing each morning, and you don’t feel great doing it, perhaps that means it is time

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Create a healthy Workplace

Create a Healthy Workplace Creating a healthy lifestyle at home is, or often could and should, be a priority. Taking time every day to move your body, drink plenty of water, take moments for relaxation, and eating healthy, whole foods can give more energy, increase health for ourselves and our family, and just gives a better overall sense of wellbeing. WORK- can be an entirely different story! We are all guilty of the donut in

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Reentry

Reentry. Overcoming the pains of returning from Retreat.   I woke up this morning, not to the sound of monkeys and the light of sunrise, but to the glow of the television and the saddened tones of newscasters discussing the most recent mishandling of our democracy. I woke up this morning, and instead of sitting atop the roof of a beautiful Italian/ Costa Rican hostess, I began, with haste, to brush, wash, gather, dress, and

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A New Way to Look at 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

A New Way to Look at 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training I have spoken to so many students who are looking to deepen their practice through a yoga teacher training program, but they just can’t commit to a weekend schedule and they have families, careers, travel schedules, rotating schedules, or commitments that make them unable to nail down a schedule that will work for them. The last thing anyone wants is to make a personal

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I AM Yoga

it is in the stillness. That is where the yoga lays. In the space between the breaths, between the ebb and flow of body and mind   it is in the surrender of thoughts and actions, of lists and responsibility. The letting go of the “should” and the opening of “I am”   it is in the moment; the present moment. not the wounds of the past nor the worries of the future but the

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