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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: Sahasara, the Crown

by Monique Minahan I settle into my seat under a moon that’s full and bright, mentally laying out all the chakras I’ve worked with up to now.  In the center, I leave a space for my practice tonight, sahasara.Sahasara is … Continue reading

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Chakra Meditation: Swadhisthana, The Sacrum

by Monique Minahan The womb. Love is made here. Life is made here. Swadhisthana is the seat of our right to feel and represents the duality (and sometimes dueling nature) of separation versus attachment, two concepts I became intimately familiar … Continue reading

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Chakra Meditation: Mooladhara, The Root

by Monique Minahan I sit on the Earth herself and hold a smooth rock in the palm of each hand. I dug them up when we moved into our house and I use them when I need extra grounding, like … Continue reading

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Chakra Meditation: Ajna, The Third Eye

by Monique Minahan I start with ajna, the third eye chakra. It might seem like any chakra practice should proceed from bottom-up, but working with the lower chakras can dig up some dirt… so to speak. Connecting with ajna first … Continue reading

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Making a Life Mala

by Monique Minahan We all wear our stories in some way or another, don’t we? They make us who we are (and sometimes keep us from becoming who we can be if we let them define us too narrowly.) I … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: The Anatomy of the Spirit

by Olivia Cecchettini “The Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing” by Carolyn Myss Summary: Caroline Myss is an acclaimed medical intuitive and motivational speaker. In this book she presents her findings on fifteen years of research … Continue reading

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My Yoga: Frank Richardson

Yoga One Family Member, Frank Richardson, has been sharing his practice with our community since October of 2011. We love his positive energy, easy smile and kindness. He writes about how his yoga practice has supported him while traveling in Italy. … Continue reading

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Have You Met an East Coast or West Coast Yogi?

Don’t get your yoga pants in a bunch! It doesn’t matter where you practice, east coast or west, we all know that people who practice yoga are happier and healthier (and dare we say it?) cooler than the general population. … Continue reading

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