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Instructor Spotlight: Elka Haeckel

We’re excited to have Elka Haeckel share her experiences and passion at Yoga One. She is both a knowledgeable yoga teacher and a perpetual student (like most great yoga teachers).  Elka infuses her classes  with a fresh perspective and a … Continue reading

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Practice and All Is Coming

by Monique Minahan About a year ago two of my longtime yoga teachers moved away within months of each other. I felt suddenly cut adrift and spent time looking for a replacement teacher to whom I could anchor my practice. … Continue reading

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Demystifying Modifications: 6 Tips To Improve Your Practice

What it means to modify your yoga practice and why everyone should feel empowered to make changes to their practice during group classes. One of the biggest differences between a beginning yoga student and a more advanced student is their … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Yoga On

I came in to class on Tuesday with sore shoulders from a recent vigorous Vinyasa practice and a tight upper back from hours spent hunched over my computer keyboard. My breath was shallow and constricted from breathing out of just … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

Whenever I walk into REI I’m simultaneously excited about all the wonderful outdoors-y things that people do, things that I could be doing if I only had the right gear, and amazed that there’s an industry dedicated to taking something … Continue reading

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