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Get the Vibe

On: June 25th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Our lives can be so very busy. So much so it can exhaust the mind and deplete the body of its vital energies. When we have no energy to re-charge with vigorous exercise, what else can we do? We can do Yoga. We can do a single, simple Yoga posture that will effectively rejuvenate the […]

International Day of Yoga

On: June 21st, 2015 at 7:46 am | Number of Comments » 0

On this International Day of Yoga, join the millions of Yoga lovers around the world who’ll be getting together to practice in parks and plazas, private homes and studios.  Together, we’ll be celebrating the coolness that is Yoga while tapping the Yoga vibe, that exquisite silent energy that is in us and around us, and that connects all living […]

Finding Tranquility

On: June 18th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

What do you do when you feel the need to restore your body’s vital energies but don’t have much time or energy to invest? Or, what do you do if you’re a trauma survivor and your nervous system revs on ‘high’ all the time?  How can you find relief from the distress? In a word, Yoga.  In particular, a restorative style of […]

A quick way to feel peace

On: June 11th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

For a long time, I’ve been ‘old school’ when it comes to Yoga.  My beliefs have surrounded the idea that Yoga is best practiced holistically: where we engage in a balanced range of practices that simultaneously touch all aspects of ourselves, body, mind, heart and Spirit.  Where we set aside an hour or so to invest in our practice, be […]

Hope Avenue: The Movie

On: June 9th, 2015 at 5:31 am | Number of Comments » 0

The 3 Step Process for “Waking Up” Your Inner Oracle

On: June 4th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

When we reach a fork in the road and need insight and guidance to help us go on, for many of us we seek what we need from the outside in: a friend, a parent, a sibling, or other relative.  For some, it may be from a healthcare professional, like a doctor or therapist.  For […]