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Short Yoga Sequence for Neck or Shoulder Relief

by Laura McCorry Do you ever sit in front of a computer and type? Hold your phone with your ear and shoulder? Wrangle a small, squirming child? So many daily activities cause tension and tightness in the neck and shoulders. Try this … Continue reading

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Beyond the Mat: Karen Beers

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 Karen Beers. 1. … Continue reading

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The Best Gift Ever

by Laura McCorry It’s December and like many of you, I’m making a list and checking it twice, trying to find thoughtful gifts for all the people I love best. Holiday shopping has never been easy, but in recent years … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Gratitudes: A (Non-comprehensive) List

by Laura McCorry As Yoga One Teacher Nam Chanterrywn likes to share after his yoga classes, “The more gratitude we have, the more we have to to be grateful for.” What things great and small do you have to be … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Your 3 Best Super Powers

by Olivia Hughes Your 3 Best Super Powers: Meditation, Intuition & Imagination by Sonia Choquette Summary: Super powers! They’re not just for super heroes. These abilities exist within each of us, just waiting to be awakened. Sonia Choquette outlines tools and … Continue reading

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To Be a Sponge or a Sieve

by Laura McCorry I’ve been feeling lately like all of my life is effort and struggle. The daily work of keeping myself and my children clothed, clean, fed, and rested requires physical stamina and takes up most of the day. … Continue reading

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Beyond the Mat: Zoe Freedman

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 Zoe Freedman. 1. … Continue reading

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Yoga One Teacher Training Summer Session

200-Hours of Study, A Three Week Transformation guest post by Stacey Ebert A little over three weeks ago, I had no idea what I was getting into. I couldn’t imagine how I would budget my time and had no clue … Continue reading

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Moving into Kairos Time

by Laura McCorry Time has started to unravel a bit for me. As I move further into this pregnancy, I’m falling out of routine, becoming less attached to the segmented hours of the day. This is probably a good thing. … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Crystal Muse

by Olivia Hughes Crystal Muse: Everyday Rituals to Tune In to the Real You  by Heather Askinosie and Timmi Jandro Summary: I believe an ancient, inner wisdom resides within each of us. We feel it, we know it, but how do … Continue reading

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