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Mantra Monday: Don’t Do Yoga

by Laura McCorry Don’t do yoga. Step onto your mat with your bare feet. Breathe. Pick a yoga pose, any pose. But don’t do it; at least not the way in which you’re accustomed. Arrange your arms and legs and … Continue reading

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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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Mantra Monday: Let the Light In

by Laura McCorry It’s easy to get caught up in living a moment to moment existence (which is not the same as existence in the present moment). You do the things that must be done to move from one day … Continue reading

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How to Motivate Yourself, Be More Productive and Live a Healthier Life

by Laura McCorry How are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions? If you’re breezing through them, chances are you didn’t aim high enough and if you’ve already stumbled, it’s okay. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and begin again. … Continue reading

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Mantra Monday: We Are the Space

by Monique Minahan We are the space that holds the light    however bright it may be. We are the space that holds the darkness    however dark it may get. We are the space that holds the energy   … Continue reading

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Yoga Keeps Me Sane: My Post-Baby Practice

guest post by Missy DiDonato Remember this beautiful prenatal yoga reflection written by Missy back in June? Well her baby, Olive, is now five months old. Missy shares how her practice has evolved yet again after the birth of her … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Olivia Cecchettini

Meet Olivia, a yogi with a gorgeous smile and infectious energy! She teaches the Level 2 Flow on Thursday nights at 6pm, be sure to drop by for a challenging workout and the perfect savasana to end the day. Go … Continue reading

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The Potency of Backbends & Breath:

Interview with Paisley Close On Backbends, Pranayama and Her Upcoming Workshops at Yoga One by Monique Minahan I first noticed the transformative quality of yoga while practicing backbends. The steadiness and strength they demand revealed to me both the power … Continue reading

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The Power of Intention

guest post by Monique Minahan  In yoga we often hear teachers suggest we create an intention for our practice. As opposed to a goal, I like to think of making an intention as an alignment. Just like we align our … 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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