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Yogi Reads: Man’s Search for Meaning

by Olivia Cecchettini Man’s Search for Meaning by: Viktor Frankl Summary: “Man’s Search for Meaning” may not seem like a “yogi read” at first glance, but its message about the universal search for meaning in suffering gets at the heart … Continue reading

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Kids Yoga and Art Interview + Summer Workshops

Yoga One is excited to host a series of Kids Yoga and Art Summer Classes led by recent Yoga One Teacher Training graduate, Hannah Faulkner. Her passion for teaching yoga to kids is apparent in every creatively-themed class. Keep reading … Continue reading

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2015 Yoga One Teacher Training Perspectives

Checking in with Yoga One Teacher Trainee, Courtney Barrow What’s one thing you’ve learned already that’s changed your perspective on yoga/life? I’ve learned how to be patient. Be patient with your body in yoga and enjoy where you are at … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Erin Ferguson

Erin is such a delight! Her smile begins with her eyes. In addition to being a super yogi, she is also (spoiler alert, see question #7) the designer/creator of the Yoga One website. We’ve know Erin a long time and … Continue reading

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If Walking Down the Street Was A Yoga Pose

by Monique Minahan If walking down the street was a yoga pose, how would we do it? Would we walk more mindfully, consciously, and with attention to how our breath informs our every step? If sitting in a chair was … Continue reading

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Are You Holding Yourself Back From Greatness?

by Olivia Cecchettini Recently my mom gave me a stack of O Magazines she had finished reading. They sat in a pile on my floor until one day I picked them up and started flipping through them for inspiration. Oprah … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Heather Fenwick

Meet Heather Fenwick, a yogini who embodies her practice on and off the mat. Heather’s classes are well thought out and peppered with illuminating nuggets of wisdom. Come check out her Monday night mixed level, Flow class at 7pm. You … 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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How Yoga Lit Up My Life

Join me in welcoming Janssen to the Yoga One team! You can see her in the Office Nook on Sunday evenings signing students in to class. A recent graduate from our 2013 Yoga Teacher Training, Janssen co-teaches the FREE 6:30am Flow on … Continue reading

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Demystifying Modifications: 6 Tips To Improve Your Practice

What it means to modify your yoga practice and why everyone should feel empowered to make changes to their practice during group classes. One of the biggest differences between a beginning yoga student and a more advanced student is their … Continue reading

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