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Yogi Reads: Decoded

by Olivia Cecchettini Decoded by Shawn Carter (Jay Z) Summary: Decoded is an unconventional memoir. It’s part autobiography part interpretation of Jay Z’s most famous songs and lyrics broken down by the rapper himself. I couldn’t put this book down. His inspiring journey includes growing up in … Continue reading

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How Yoga Changes You, Body and Mind

An interview by Yoga One student Stacey Ebert with Yoga One owner and co-founder, Amy Caldwell.  As a practicing yogi, I’ve seen and felt the benefits of sharper awareness, greater strength and flexibility, better posture, and overall improved health firsthand. … Continue reading

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Life is Fragile: A Yoga Teacher’s Poem

by Amy Caldwell Life is fragile enjoy each day make time to be grateful joyful playful We know this life is temporary why not live like it’s our last day Be kind love see the good don’t sweat the small … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Healing 

by Olivia Cecchettini Healing  by David Elliott “My primary work as a healer is to remind and reconnect people to the power of love.  Self-love is the starting point for anyone seeking healing in their life.” – David Elliott Summary: Healing … Continue reading

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19 Ways to Practice Radical Self-Love

by Laura McCorry When my military husband was deployed, I kept a list on a whiteboard of things I could do to boost my spirits when I was feeling down and lonely. Some were aimed at fostering good mental health, … Continue reading

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The Yoga of Parenthood

by Laura McCorry The Yoga of Parenthood I’m a yoga teacher who doesn’t do yoga at home. At least, not in the way many people understand yoga – I don’t unroll my mat in the living room while the toddler … 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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Yogi Reads: The Teacher Appears

by Olivia Cecchettini The Teacher Appears: 108 Prompts to Power Your Yoga Practice  by Brian Leaf Summary: We choose who to see, what to wear, what to eat, how to exercise… Every moment offers us the opportunity to choose our response, yet … Continue reading

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5 Mindfulness Practices to Ring in the New Year

by Laura McCorry 2016 didn’t go exactly the way you wanted? Feeling low after the frenetic holiday buzz and time spent with family? Secretly frustrated by the overblown New Year’s Resolution pep and enthusiasm on your newsfeed? For all of you … Continue reading

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Breathe Into Your Hips

by Laura McCorry This post originally published on Yoga Digest. If you’ve ever heard “breathe into [body part other than the lungs],” and been confused or written such instructions off as a meaningless hippie yoga phrase, this post is for … Continue reading

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