Tag Archives: health

Have You Found The One?

It’s the start of the new year and the time when many people make life goals or resolutions for the year ahead. If your goal is to eat healthier and exercise more – you are far from alone! The top … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Robin Doten

Sparkling, shiny, sensitive, steely, steadfast, seaworthy, smiling, super…and these are just the adjectives that begin with “s” that can be used to describe the sensational and interesting, Robin Doten. She loves to explore and experience life and brings those receptive … Continue reading

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Yoga and Body Positivity

by Laura McCorry The body positive movement means finding ways to respect, honor and love your own body as a daily practice. Feeling positively about your body has nothing to do with your health, fitness or size. (Can we repeat … 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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Attend the Yoga One Teacher Training

We read that whenever Benjamin Franklin had to make an important decision he would draw a line down the center of a piece of paper and create two columns. On one side he would list the positive reasons why he should … Continue reading

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Ayurvedic Tune Up: Spring

by Sharyn Greenberg Spring is a time of flowers, sunshine, love and picnics! After the long, dark, chilly winter days and nights, it’s nice to find ourselves finally emerging from hibernation. Even in San Diego, rain showers, cloudy days and … Continue reading

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Minding the Mind: Week 5 of Yoga Teacher Training

Wabi-Sabi One of the highlights of our anatomy training is when we learned about the spine. We looked at each others’ spines standing erect and folded forward. One of the physical therapists teaching us anatomy spotted a student who had … Continue reading

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Q: What Do You Love Most About Yoga One Teacher Training?

We asked our Yoga One Teacher Trainees for their reflections from week four of the course. Janssen: What I love the most about teacher training is how immersed I feel in all of it – it’s like my whole life starts … Continue reading

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We’re making a splash with our new yoga app!

Yoga One Celebrates the Release of iYoga Premium, Tops the Best-Selling Health and Fitness Applications Worldwide iYoga Premium is the exciting new application released by 3D4Medical in collaboration with Yoga One, an award-winning yoga studio located in downtown San Diego. … Continue reading

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Healthy Holiday Recipe!

from the Caldwell family’s kitchen Ingredients: 3 heaping servings of Yoga per week, season according to your favorite level and style 1-2 bushels of Outdoor Activity Spice – walking, running, surfing, hiking, swimming, or team sports would all be delicious … Continue reading

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