Tag Archives: home yoga practice

Create Space and Time for Self-Care

A conversation about practicing yoga at home with Missy DiDonato and Laura McCorry of Yoga One.  Yoga One is offering daily live yoga classes online to support your health and wellbeing, no matter where you’re located. You can find our … Continue reading

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I Took My First Yoga Class on Zoom. Here’s How it Felt:

by Laura McCorry It was Saturday afternoon. I was going to a 4pm yoga class with an instructor in San Diego. I walked upstairs to get changed into yoga clothes at 3:50pm. I set up my computer and clicked on … Continue reading

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The Yoga Poses of Parenthood

by Laura McCorry Becoming a parent can you leave physically exhausted and sore all over at the end of the day. Here’s a run-down of all the yoga poses you may not have realized you’re already doing! Plank Pose – … 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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Yogi Reads: Yoga & Ayurveda

by Olivia Cecchettini “Yoga & Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-Realization”  by David Frawley Summary: Yoga & Ayurveda is an excellent primer for those new to either topic. Known as the “sister sciences,” Yoga and Ayurveda have been practiced together for centuries to … Continue reading

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2015 Yoga One Teacher Training Perspectives

Twice a year, Yoga One is proud to host our interdisciplinary Yoga One Teacher Training to educate, empower and transform a diverse group of individuals into more dedicated yogis and new yoga teachers. Here are some reflections from our recent … Continue reading

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Yoga Music Review: I Have Finally Seen the Light

Looking for your next set of yoga tunes? Check out the newest musical offering from Jennifer Tipton, I Have Finally Seen the Light, available on iTunes, at the Yoga One studio, as well as in our online store. Running just over … Continue reading

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6 Ways To Build a Home Yoga Practice

by Laura McCorry Nothing will ever replace a teacher’s guiding hand when it comes to yoga, but it can be very rewarding for students to do some solo work on their mat. A home yoga practice allows you to: listen to … Continue reading

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Practice and All Is Coming

by Monique Minahan About a year ago two of my longtime yoga teachers moved away within months of each other. I felt suddenly cut adrift and spent time looking for a replacement teacher to whom I could anchor my practice. … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

Whenever I walk into REI I’m simultaneously excited about all the wonderful outdoors-y things that people do, things that I could be doing if I only had the right gear, and amazed that there’s an industry dedicated to taking something … Continue reading

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