Tag Archives: meditation

Meditation: Any Amount is Helpful

guest post by Heather Fenwick How does your meditation practice look and feel? We’re highlighting stories of meditation in everyday life to help de-mystify this life-changing practice and share simple meditation techniques with those just getting started. Share your experience … Continue reading

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Meditation: I Meet Myself With Kindness

guest post by Irene Jones How does your meditation practice look and feel? We’re highlighting stories of meditation in everyday life to help de-mystify this life-changing practice and share simple meditation techniques with those just getting started. Share your experience … Continue reading

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Morning Meditation Spot

by Laura McCorry When I think about meditation, I think about sitting down someplace like this: quiet, peaceful, with yellow butterflies (the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail) flitting from blossom to blossom. But being Mama to two little ones, I don’t always … Continue reading

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Two Yoga Poems by Amy Caldwell

AMNESIA Once again I’ve confused rigidity for strength, domination for embodiment. I’ve missed opportunities for appreciation for acceptance for love. We know in our minds. We feel in our hearts. And yet we forget. We get lost, confused. Amnesia of … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Considered Yoga?

fiction by Laura McCorry Carl sat on the crinkly paper of an examining table waiting for his doctor. He kicked his feet and glanced around for a magazine. As a grown man, he felt ridiculous when his feet didn’t touch … Continue reading

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Beginner’s Yoga: Top Tips for Starting Out

guest post by Wendy Swanson Yoga, for many of us, can feel particularly intimidating, especially if we follow any “famous” yogi on social media and see lots of pretzel poses done flawlessly, in full makeup and expensive clothing (by the … Continue reading

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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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