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Five Yoga Poses to Warm You Up This Winter!

Jan 27, 2014   //   by Staff Writer   //   The Blog  //  No Comments


As the snow falls and temperatures keep dropping, it’s becoming painfully clear that winter is truly upon us. It’s so frigid that yoga may be the last things on our minds. We may found ourselves more interested in bundling up and thawing out at home than venturing out again into the cold to attend a class. But if you’ve been missing your mat and your fellow yogis here are five great poses to warm our bodies up to face the cold a little stronger:

Guide To Look For Right Short Homecoming Dresses

Jan 22, 2014   //   by Staff Writer   //   Uncategorized  //  Comments Off on Guide To Look For Right Short Homecoming Dresses

Guide To Look For Right Short Homecoming Dresses

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Not Just Another New Year’s Resolution: Learning to Practice Lasting Self-Compassion

Jan 15, 2014   //   by Staff Writer   //   The Blog  //  1 Comment

Yoga Practice Street Scene

A new year brings new opportunities and gives us a fresh start to take in where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going in our lives. Perhaps you made a resolution, or maybe you’re still working towards goals you made last year. If you didn’t make determinations or if you’ve already fallen out of sync with your best intentions, don’t worry! Rather than being hard on ourselves because of what we haven’t accomplished, this is actually a great time to practice self-compassion. Yoga offers us the opportunity to be compassionate with ourselves. It encourages us to notice and appreciate where we are at any given moment. Adopting this kind attitude is incredibly helpful when we’re faced with demands and expectations that come with a new year.

Perhaps you’ve heard of the three A’s: Awareness, Acceptance, and Action. By incorporating these practices into our daily routines, both on and off the mat, we can learn to be gentler with ourselves, a habit that will help us to more fully enjoy many new years to come.

Monday Motivation

Jan 6, 2014   //   by Staff Writer   //   The Blog  //  No Comments


The poem is titled “Illumination” (it’s by Merle Shain) and is quoted in the book Bedside Prayers by June Cotner:

It is better to light candles

than to curse the darkness.

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