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3 Motivating Reasons Why You’ll Keep Your Yoga New Year Resolution

2020-01-13T08:46:38-05:00By |Yoga|

Over the course of the past year, you may have found yourself leaning toward including some kind of exercise or physical fitness regimen into your lifestyle. And, if you’re like a lot of people, you kept the thought and desire alive, but just couldn’t find a way to plug it into your schedule. Or maybe [...]

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Trying Yoga – The Best New Year’s Resolution You Can Make

2020-01-13T08:38:28-05:00By |Yoga|

Just about everybody enters the new year with some kind of goal. Stated loudly or privately considered, New Year resolutions are probably the most commonly shared commitments people make (and then break). Now keeping them., or even starting them., is quite a different story. Some people take off running right out of the gate . [...]

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3 Motivational Reasons to Include Yoga in Your Lifestyle 

2020-01-13T08:51:56-05:00By |Yoga|

Yoga . . . just about everybody has an idea of what it is. And many people even have impressions that might not be exactly accurate or well informed. In fact, an initial opinion that may have been formed in a moment ten years ago could actually still be the opinion a person holds of [...]

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Why is Yoga Beneficial to Seniors? 

2020-01-09T11:27:04-05:00By |Yoga|

Every day there are reports and news stories about the benefits and value of staying active in your senior years. In fact, there has been so much research and reports on the benefits physical activity offer to senior that it’s impossible to deny that staying active is key to the quality of seniors’ lives. But [...]

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The Sciatica – Hatha Yoga Connection

2019-11-11T13:19:29-05:00By |Yoga|

Sciatica. It’s a well-known word. Just about everyone experiences – or knows someone who experiences – what’ commonly referred to as “sciatica pain”.  And, usually, it’s just referred to as sciatica. What is sciatica? The term itself coves a lot of ground. Sciatica is a nerve; it’s the largest and longest nerve. Starting at the [...]

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Go Easy in Your Autumn Yoga Practice – Yoga for Fall

2019-10-15T15:07:24-05:00By |Yoga|

Go Easy in Your Autumn Yoga Practice - Yoga for Fall The summer has a common effect on many of us. It is basically a long holiday season that stuck with us ever since we were kids. Many of us, at least those of us lucky enough to be able to afford it, go on [...]

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5 Ways to Slow Life Down with Restorative Yoga

2019-10-15T15:24:54-05:00By |Yoga|

5 Ways to Slow Life Down with Restorative Yoga Life moves at a hectic pace. Even if your body isn’t whizzing around trying to keep up with the speed of life, your mind is. This means that both your physical and mental selves are not relaxed, not a p peace. Wouldn’t it be great if [...]

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The 6 Reasons Yoga is all your Body Needs!

2019-10-15T15:35:03-05:00By |Yoga|

The 6 Reasons Yoga is all your Body Needs! Many people who work out at gyms or who feel guilty because they are not currently working out at gyms largely wrestle with the notion that they’re not doing enough. They feel that truly working out requires exercising, developing, and training each part of their bodies [...]

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9 Reasons to Go Slow in Your Vinyasa Yoga Practice

2019-08-15T08:19:15-05:00By |Yoga Classes|

Vinyasa Yoga, also known as Flow Yoga, involves moving from one yoga posture to another using breath. People often confuse Vinyasa Yoga with Power Yoga and thus, try to move between various poses rather quickly. Vinyasa Yoga focuses on combining the benefits of asana, pranayama, and meditation into one, and its real benefits can be [...]

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