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Yoga Without Asana

by Laura McCorry What does it mean to practice yoga when your physical practice is greatly diminished or taken away entirely from illness or injury?  Yoga grew out of a tradition that includes eight limbs (or tenets) for a complete … Continue reading

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2015 Yoga One Teacher Training Perspectives

interview with Yoga One Teacher Trainee, Hannah Faulkner What do you hope to gain from Yoga One Teacher Training? Personally and in my teaching, I hope to improve on being in the moment and making mindful, compassionate decisions. Likewise, I … Continue reading

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Meet Your Acupuncturist: Christina Bird

Book a private session or come to our Community Acupuncture sessions on Wednesday afternoons from 3-5pm. (Last appointment available is 4:30pm, treatments last 30-45 minutes, cost: $20.) Check out our Acupuncture FAQ for more information on this incredible healing modality. … Continue reading

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Acupuncture: Frequently Asked Questions, part 1

Yoga One offers acupuncture! Award-winning Yoga One has been honored to enhance the well-being of individuals since 2002. Our goal is to help as many people as possible live happier and healthier lives. To this end, Yoga One provides traditional … Continue reading

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Laurie’s Goal is to Run a Marathon in Every State

and practicing yoga is an essential part of her training! Yoga One regular and running fanatic Laurie Adam shares her inspirational story. Which came first, running marathons or practicing yoga?  Marathons! And I was over 50 when I started running. … Continue reading

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Dynamic Duo: Yoga + Weight Lifting

A regular yoga practice provides many wonderful benefits, but yoga has something special to offer disciples of other forms of athleticism. No matter what your sport, yoga increases flexibility, range of motion and strength via body weight resistance. (Ever done … Continue reading

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From Paralysis to Handstand: How Yoga Saved My Life

By: Kim Ogburn Not so long ago, I was a half marathon runner, big wave surfer and mountain hiker. At my day job, I supervised large, one-of-a-kind home construction projects. My work placed extraordinary physical demands on my body. But … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Penny Maus

I first came to Yoga One about a year ago when Sarah Clark invited me to class. I had tried a number of studios around San Diego but none of them compared to the warmth of Yoga One’s instructors and … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Shauna MacKay

This month we’re checking in with Shauna MacKay who teaches a hatha class on Sunday mornings at 8:30. Click here to see the online schedule, no reservations required for class. One special announcement: as a Lululemon Ambassador, Shauna’s collecting shoes for the “Walk … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Sarah Clark

Here’s a new segment we hope you’ll really enjoy! Ever wondered how yoga teachers feel about their own yoga practice? Want some advice for beginners from an experienced practitioner? We’ll be showcasing a different instructor every month, so be sure … Continue reading

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