Monthly Archives: February 2014

An Inward Practice

A practitioner of Yoga is someone who accepts that it is an individual journey, one of self-awareness and self-acceptance. For many people Yoga may be just a form of exercise and stretching, for others it may be meditation and breathing … Continue reading

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The Art of Meditation

Just as there are numerous styles of yoga, so there are many ways to meditate. One way to practice mindful meditation is where the breath is the object of attention. You train yourself to notice when the mind strays from … Continue reading

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The Bodhi Tree

In the classes I teach I always begin the class with setting an intention, in Sanskrit the word is “sankalpa” – will, purpose or determination.  I also mention that the intention should be something positive, and it should be a … Continue reading

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Just Breathe

If you haven’t already heard it in a class, the breath is the most important part of your yoga experience, no matter what type of yoga you practice. The breath fills you up with Prana, or Life Force. It can … Continue reading

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