Tag Archives: mindfulness

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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Amy Caldwell on What Makes Yoga One Unique

Yoga One is more than just a yoga studio – it’s a family, built from years of dreaming, hard work, and daily presence from co-founders Amy and Michael Caldwell. If you’re looking for a top-notch yoga studio to improve your physical and mental well-being, Yoga One is … Continue reading

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Yoga by the Community, for the Community

Yoga One’s Mission is to share the joys and benefits of yoga with as many people as possible, helping individuals enjoy healthier and happier lives. Some of the ways we’re enhancing well-being in the community is by offering yoga classes at … Continue reading

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Chakra Meditation: Sahasara, the Crown

by Monique Minahan I settle into my seat under a moon that’s full and bright, mentally laying out all the chakras I’ve worked with up to now.  In the center, I leave a space for my practice tonight, sahasara.Sahasara is … Continue reading

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Yoga Philosophy for Everyday Life: Saucha

Celebrate Earth Day by embracing Saucha (cleanliness and purity) in your thoughts, your home and the whole world. by Laura McCorry Spring is a time fo new beginnings and for cleaning out the old cobwebbed spaces to bring in fresh … 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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Yogi Reads: Start Where You Are

by Olivia Cecchettini  “Start Where You Are: A Guide to Compassionate Living” by Pema Chodron Summary: Start Where You Are is a handbook for awakening a compassionate heart and choosing love over fear. Beginning the healing process from the inside … Continue reading

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Why Yoga is Perfect for Military Families

by Laura McCorry On the surface, yoga and the military may not seem to have much in common. Yoga is sometimes stereotyped as the domain of liberal, vegan, nouveau hippies and the military as gun-toting, meat-eating conservatives. But the truth … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Meditations from the Mat

by Olivia Cecchettini Meditations from the Mat: Daily Reflections on the Path of Yoga by Rolf Gates and Katrina Kenison Summary: The 365 meditations in this book integrate the mindfulness that yoga teaches into our everyday lives. Each day the … Continue reading

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Learning from Injury

by Laura McCorry When injuries occur in yoga, there’s often a reluctance to admit them and perhaps even a sense of shame. So many people come to yoga after injury and so many doctors recommend yoga* as a gentle exercise … Continue reading

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