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Yoga One, We Are All In This Together

When you sign up for Yoga One’s Teacher Training Program, you’re not only choosing to deepen your knowledge and relationship with yoga, you’re joining a supportive community of people on the same journey in life. Go here to learn more … Continue reading

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Healing The BodyMind Through Yoga

by Monique Minahan Early on in my yoga practice I would often experience an emotional reaction during corpse pose (savasana). Lying still, I would get a lump in my throat and suddenly find tears quietly rolling down my cheeks. I … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Yoga Teacher-Military Spouse

guest post by Dina Weldin “Your husband is in the military?!” I hear this question all the time. I get it. You think, yoga teacher and military man, how does that work? The truth is that yoga and the military … Continue reading

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How to Move On: The Yoga of Finding Your Way

by Laura McCorry Comparison is the Thief of Joy  I recently moved across the country from San Diego, California to a not-so-big town in Virginia. Whenever I think about my old life (as I’m starting to call it) I’m sad … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Savasana

by Laura McCorry Did you know there’s more than one way to practice savasana? Often labeled the most difficult pose to master, savasana (or final relaxation), means you have to let go. When it comes to meditation and letting go … Continue reading

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The Importance of Connection & Community

We’ve learned a lot these last 7 weeks about yoga. We’ve learned about anatomy, philosophy, asana, pranayama, and how to be more mindful yoga practitioners and teachers. What is also becoming inescapably obvious is that we have learned each other as well, … Continue reading

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Props Are Your Friends!

If you’re an experienced yogi, chances are you already know the value of using props to enhance your yoga practice. Yoga teachers are the ones who grab several blankets, a bolster, a strap and at least two blocks, creating a … Continue reading

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