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Physical Therapy Meets Yoga, an Interview with Nicole Mullins

Nicole Mullins PT/E-RYT is a physical therapist and yoga teacher with over 20 years experience working in orthopedics and seven years in therapeutic yoga. Currently, Nicole is the clinical director at Embody Physical Therapy and Yoga. She will be leading an Intermediate Anatomy … Continue reading

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Never Stop Learning: My 30-Day Challenge at Yoga One

by Hannah Faulkner This article was originally published on Half Moon Yoga and Art Blog. As I was walking out of Yoga One studio on a lovely July day in San Diego, a posted flyer caught my eye. “Summer Challenge- … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Nam Chantepie

Cool. Jimi Hendrix, the Fonz and Nam Chantepie. The type of guy that upon first impression oozes a style, a charm, a persona… and the best part? The more you get to know him, the cooler you realize he is. … Continue reading

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2015 Yoga One Teacher Training Perspectives

Twice a year, Yoga One is proud to host our interdisciplinary Yoga One Teacher Training to educate, empower and transform a diverse group of individuals into more dedicated yogis and new yoga teachers. Here are some reflections from our recent … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Yoga Girl

by Olivia Cecchettini “Yoga Girl” by Rachel Brathen Summary: Rachel Brathen, also know as Yoga Girl, is spreading love across the globe one hug at a time. If you’re not already following her on social media, you most likely will be soon, … Continue reading

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Mantra Monday: Let the Light In

by Laura McCorry It’s easy to get caught up in living a moment to moment existence (which is not the same as existence in the present moment). You do the things that must be done to move from one day … Continue reading

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2015 Yoga One Teacher Training Perspectives

interview with Yoga One Teacher Trainee, Hannah Faulkner What do you hope to gain from Yoga One Teacher Training? Personally and in my teaching, I hope to improve on being in the moment and making mindful, compassionate decisions. Likewise, I … Continue reading

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If Walking Down the Street Was A Yoga Pose

by Monique Minahan If walking down the street was a yoga pose, how would we do it? Would we walk more mindfully, consciously, and with attention to how our breath informs our every step? If sitting in a chair was … Continue reading

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Bending over Backwards – Stay Safe in Your Yoga Practice

by Rachel Krentzman, PT, E-RYT Backbends are an integral part of any Yoga practice. The intention for backbends is to open the chest and rib cage in preparation for pranayama (breathwork). For some, backbends are exhilarating and freeing while for … Continue reading

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Mantra Monday: You Are Not Fixed

by Laura McCorry You are not fixed.  Sometimes change is so slow as to be imperceptible. Your cells are always dying and new ones are born to take their place. Every day your hair grows a bit longer. Every day … Continue reading

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