Tag Archives: yoga philosophy

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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Amy Caldwell Interviewed by San Diego Lifestyle

Yoga One Head Teacher and Co-Founder Amy Caldwell recently sat down with San Diego Lifestyle Blog to discuss travel, downtown San Diego, and both the outer (physical) and inner (meditative) aspects of yoga.  San Diego Lifestyle: How did Yoga One originate, … 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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Chakra Meditation: Mooladhara, The Root

by Monique Minahan I sit on the Earth herself and hold a smooth rock in the palm of each hand. I dug them up when we moved into our house and I use them when I need extra grounding, like … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Yoga and Long Life

by Olivia Cecchettini “Yoga and Long Life”  by Yogi Gupta Summary: Books often have a way of coming into your life at just the right time, but I wish this book had found me sooner on my yoga journey! “Yoga and … Continue reading

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Om, A Yoga Teacher’s Poem

guest post by Arati Lane Om Yoga was back then, in my youth, the stuff you did with the body Bending, stretching and breathing And I knew how to do that and shine and be happy So easy, like playing … Continue reading

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Five Things I Won’t Be Doing in 2016

by Laura McCorry Anti-resolutions for the modern yogi It’s good to reflect on where you’ve been and where you’d like to go – to identify the areas of your life where you’d like to see change. But too strong a … Continue reading

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Calling Savasana By Its Name

by Laura McCorry As a new yoga teacher, I was in love with everything yoga. I wanted to soak it all in and learn as much as I possibly could so that when my training was over, I could go … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Robin Doten

Sparkling, shiny, sensitive, steely, steadfast, seaworthy, smiling, super…and these are just the adjectives that begin with “s” that can be used to describe the sensational and interesting, Robin Doten. She loves to explore and experience life and brings those receptive … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Shadow Van Houten

This month we’re featuring Shadow Van Houten who leads a Level 1 and 2 Yoga Flow class on Friday mornings at 9am. Shadow is large of heart, strong of spirit and looms like a super nova of positive vibrations – … Continue reading

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