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Women Yogis of India and Today

There are different ways to build things. Look around at the furniture and walls, road repairs and the structures of the city. Our modern world has evolved so technically that without proper reflection, we might miss what has been woven between buildings, that which truly holds up the walls of ours homes and drives the humanity forward. 418 more words

Finding My Way Back


We were just reading an article on http://www.sonima.com about the 100 most influential yoga teachers in America. Many of them you have heard of like Rodney Yee, Shiva Rea, Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, Nikki Villela, Alan Finger, David Life, Allison West, Eddie Stern, Les Laventhal, Nancy Gilgoff, and Alison Kramer, just to name a few. 220 more words
Alison Kramer

Yoga and the Downward Facing Dog

Being a Hot Yoga girl I was used to the rhythm and pattern of the 26 postures we methodically went through during our 60 or 90 minute class none of which included probably the most famous yoga pose of all, the Downward Facing Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana. 480 more words

Hot Yoga

La Idolatría de los Yogis

IMPORTANTE: Este artìculo no es dedicado a nadie en especifico, es un sentir, es de esas veces que te cansaste de tanto guardar como te sientes y simplemente lo compartes… Esta nota tal vez te haga enojar, te haga reir o bien te sientas identificado… No estoy juzgando a nadie en particular, con esto no hay màs que decir que es tu decisiòn y puedes opinar lo que tu sientas como yo lo he hecho. 557 more words

The perks of a community studio.

I “grew up” in a popular yoga studio in the heart of the city, and I am forever grateful to that studio for making yoga accessible to me after work hours. 681 more words

Yoga Journey

International Yoga Day - 06/21/16

Celebrating Yoga Day at New World Symphony last night!


May the Light be with You

They say the best things in life are free, and (obviously) I believe it.

Although low priced ventures and savings are fun, I can honestly say that one of the very best things in my life is (at least mostly) free. 428 more words