Tag Archives: healthy living

RAG Meditation from Amy Caldwell

by Amy Caldwell “A piece of old cloth, especially one torn from a larger fabric, used typically for cleaning things.” Although likening meditation to a rag is not a common metaphor, we are living in uncommon times. Each one of … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Practice Yoga and Foster Connection at Home

Our mission at Yoga One is to help you live a healthier and happier life. Through mindfulness and movement, yoga supports your overall wellbeing while also releasing fear, decreasing anxiety, and cultivating a sense of peace. Yoga is a powerful … Continue reading

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One Breath at a Time: A Cancer Survivor Finds Yoga

fiction by Laura McCorry It was almost time. Christine Tran took a deep breath and let it out slowly, watching her face in the mirror. Her straight, black hair was starting to grow back, just as thick as before chemo, … Continue reading

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Meditation: I Meet Myself With Kindness

guest post by Irene Jones How does your meditation practice look and feel? We’re highlighting stories of meditation in everyday life to help de-mystify this life-changing practice and share simple meditation techniques with those just getting started. Share your experience … Continue reading

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Yoga One at the San Diego Festival of Yoga

What better way to experience community and inter-connectedness than by practicing yoga alongside hundreds of other wonderful humans at Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego? We had an absolute blast and we can’t wait to participate again next year!

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Have You Ever Considered Yoga?

fiction by Laura McCorry Carl sat on the crinkly paper of an examining table waiting for his doctor. He kicked his feet and glanced around for a magazine. As a grown man, he felt ridiculous when his feet didn’t touch … Continue reading

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Dive Into the Details – How To Practice Warrior III Pose (Virabhadrasana III)

Expand and explore your yoga practice with master teacher Amy Caldwell of Yoga One. Yoga is an experiential process. A regular practice can help you develop a better connection with yourself, others, and the present moment. Yoga can help reduce stress, … Continue reading

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Beginner’s Yoga: Top Tips for Starting Out

guest post by Wendy Swanson Yoga, for many of us, can feel particularly intimidating, especially if we follow any “famous” yogi on social media and see lots of pretzel poses done flawlessly, in full makeup and expensive clothing (by the … Continue reading

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Gentle Flow with Mellow Grooves

Check out Yoga One’s newest class offering with Heather Fenwick, Gentle Flow with Mellow Grooves. Join us Sundays, 4:20pm-5:30pm. Yoga One: What excites you the most about this class? Heather: This class is exciting because we get to listen to … Continue reading

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Beyond The Mat: Lauren Dickson

How do yoga teachers feel about their practice? What inspires them to keep teaching and keep practicing yoga? Get to know your Yoga One teachers outside the studio and off the mat. This month’s interview is with Lauren Dickson. 1. … Continue reading

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