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Happy 15th Birthday, Yoga One!

A brief history of the award-winning studio Yoga One in downtown San Diego (with a mission to help as many people as possible live healthier and happier lives and a strong focus on community-building) as told through the eyes of its loving … Continue reading

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Becoming One in Ancient Egypt

by Hannah Faulkner India is commonly known as the motherland of yoga, but what if I told you that yoga originally began in Egypt and then traveled to India hundreds of years later? Paintings, engravings, and murals from ancient Egyptian … Continue reading

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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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