Category Archives: Yoga 101

To Be a Sponge or a Sieve

by Laura McCorry I’ve been feeling lately like all of my life is effort and struggle. The daily work of keeping myself and my children clothed, clean, fed, and rested requires physical stamina and takes up most of the day. … Continue reading

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Moving into Kairos Time

by Laura McCorry Time has started to unravel a bit for me. As I move further into this pregnancy, I’m falling out of routine, becoming less attached to the segmented hours of the day. This is probably a good thing. … Continue reading

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The Moose In the Middle of the Road

by Laura McCorry It’s been said that life is about the journey, not the destination – but if you’re traveling with a toddler, just packing for the journey can feel like outfitting a polar expedition. Getting on the road with … Continue reading

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Minimalism and Yoga

by Laura McCorry I’m still rather new to minimalism. I love the concept – a clutter-free home that invites both unexpected guests and private relaxation. But the practice of de-owning often feels overwhelming and exhausting. In July, I was invited … Continue reading

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The Yoga of Parenthood

by Laura McCorry The Yoga of Parenthood I’m a yoga teacher who doesn’t do yoga at home. At least, not in the way many people understand yoga – I don’t unroll my mat in the living room while the toddler … Continue reading

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5 Mindfulness Practices to Ring in the New Year

by Laura McCorry 2016 didn’t go exactly the way you wanted? Feeling low after the frenetic holiday buzz and time spent with family? Secretly frustrated by the overblown New Year’s Resolution pep and enthusiasm on your newsfeed? For all of you … Continue reading

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Breathe Into Your Hips

by Laura McCorry This post originally published on Yoga Digest. If you’ve ever heard “breathe into [body part other than the lungs],” and been confused or written such instructions off as a meaningless hippie yoga phrase, this post is for … Continue reading

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Humanity: The Yoga Story of Oneness at the Museum of Man

guest post by Hannah Faulkner this article originally published on Half Moon Yoga and Art Blog Fangs, scales, or tentacles? Have you fashioned a monster? From snake-like, dragon-like, bird-like, or octopus-like, humankind has been creating monsters across cultures and time. … Continue reading

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Chakra Meditation: Vishuddi, The Throat

by Monique Minahan The birds are chirping even though it’s still dark. This kind of silence – the kind that isn’t devoid of noise but rather full of presence – is the backdrop for my practice today. Physically located at … Continue reading

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What Makes a Great Yoga Teacher

We love this piece from Rainbow Yoga on What Makes a Great Yoga Teacher! Rainbow Yoga regularly leads weekend-long kids yoga teacher training courses at Yoga One (and around the world!) They will be back at Yoga One, August 4th … Continue reading

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