Tag Archives: challenge

Everyday Enlightenment

by Monique Minahan At yoga recently the teacher suggested this intention for our practice: I will not take things personally. This didn’t really resonate with me, so I chose an intention that rang more true to me: I will take … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Yoga Teacher-Military Spouse

guest post by Dina Weldin “Your husband is in the military?!” I hear this question all the time. I get it. You think, yoga teacher and military man, how does that work? The truth is that yoga and the military … Continue reading

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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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Instructor Spotlight: Jeanne Cummings

We are excited to welcome Jeanne (pronounced like “sun” with a J) to the Yoga One family! Jeanne brings an attentive practice and years of teaching experience along with a sweet yet professional personality. Her classes are filled with a … Continue reading

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Yoga Healed My Heart and Saved My Marriage

guest post by Lorena Parsons I can’t imagine what my life would be like without yoga. Yoga has become such an integral part of my day to day life, I sometimes feel like I eat, sleep and dream yoga (if … Continue reading

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Learning from Injury

by Laura McCorry When injuries occur in yoga, there’s often a reluctance to admit them and perhaps even a sense of shame. So many people come to yoga after injury and so many doctors recommend yoga* as a gentle exercise … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Nicole Perrin

Nicole Perrin’s classes are rooted in optimal alignment principles that anchor the challenging postures she often presents. She encourages each student to blossom with her light-hearted and non-competitive approach. Nicole teaches Yoga One’s Marina and Poolside Flow at the Sheraton on Saturday … Continue reading

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The Potency of Backbends & Breath:

Interview with Paisley Close On Backbends, Pranayama and Her Upcoming Workshops at Yoga One by Monique Minahan I first noticed the transformative quality of yoga while practicing backbends. The steadiness and strength they demand revealed to me both the power … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Amy Freeman

This month we’re showcasing Amy Freeman, a fabulous teacher who has been with Yoga One from the first day we opened our doors…over 11 years ago! Her classes are challenging, fun and rewarding. Join Amy on Tuesday and Thursday at … Continue reading

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Reflections on Yoga Teacher Training from the Class of 2013

It’s the end of our 2013 Yoga One Teacher Training course and we’re so proud of our new graduates! They not only have the technical knowledge to begin their next journey teaching but also the mental and emotional strength and awareness … Continue reading

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