Yoga- a Way of Life

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Yoga on the Go

Yoga on the Go

Today’s post is a bit more interactive…  Recently, we have traveled to California, Rhode Island, and Vermont, alone and with family.  When we were in California, we were on retreat and practiced a lot of yoga each day.  The other trips were in the car with small children.  I had to find time to sneak […]

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Reality and Yoga

Reality and Yoga

One of our friends and yoga students sent me an email saying she loved our blogs but… she went on to share how she had planned so much with her children so they would have a great day together.  Everything seemed to go amiss and whining and arguing abounded.  My favorite part of her story […]

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Why Yoga?

Why Yoga?

What brings you to your mat? This may be too personal for some, but I thought it may show us how connected we truly are. I first tried yoga when I was younger and my mom had this 1970s record. It was hot pink with a woman in a black leotard named Claire Stern. On […]

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Life Changes

Life Changes

Last month in one of Liz’s Sunday Karma classes, she guided us in a powerful and heart-centered meditation.  She asked us to think of a specific moment when we knew our lives would be different, a moment when we knew our lives had changed for the better.  She asked us to feel those feelings again and stay […]

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Peaceful Budding

Peaceful Budding

This post is something Craig sent me when I was feeling like a change was needed and I couldn’t see a way out.  His kindness and words encouraged me and I hope the do the same for you. Change….how do we begin the process of changing or transforming a situation in our life which has […]

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It Is Easy Being Green

It Is Easy Being Green

We were recently interviewed for an article on “eco-friendly exercise”.  Brian and I enjoyed that since we felt all exercise is really eco-friendly.  When we really sat down and thought about yoga impacting the environment, here is what we came up with…  Once you practice yoga, you realize how we are all connected in some […]

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Multi-Tasking

Multi-Tasking

There is one tool that can bring your yoga practice into each moment of your life.  It is really simple…one task at a time. My husband and I realized how many times we were half paying attention to eachother and our children. He would empty the dishwasher while Henry was in the bath. I would […]

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Freefalling

Freefalling

After I quit my job, I expected a huge relief, like a burden being lifted off my chest.  Instead, the opposite happened.  I felt like I had been hit by a ton of bricks.  The freedom I expected to feel was replaced by a sense of falling and not being sure I would land safely. […]

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