Posted on January 8th, 2014 by in Yoga

The Birth of Power Yoga

By Reyna Eisenstark I started taking yoga classes in New York City in the mid-1990s. Gyms had begun to offer yoga, and the classes were fast and athletic—like nothing I had associated with yoga before. Yoga had become a workout.  I happened to be at the exact right place and time to witness the birth […]

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Posted on January 7th, 2014 by in Healthy Living, Nutrition

Eating Your Way to Good Health

It wasn’t until I became interested in yoga that I realized that good nutrition and healthy eating habits are necessary in order to achieve a balanced lifestyle. During my most recent trips to Kripalu, I’ve spent less time focusing on asana and meditation, and more time seeking out programs that can help me build a […]

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Posted on January 6th, 2014 by in Conscious Living

Moving Into Happiness

It’s embarrassing to admit this, but I’m a yoga teacher who dislikes exercise. To be more precise, it’s the thought of exercise that turns me off, because I usually do feel better afterward. I’ve long considered exercise a chore that takes time away from other things that I need or want to be doing. What […]

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Posted on January 5th, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment to Breathe

Take a moment to breathe and be in your body. Notice your breath and let it guide your mind to a state of quiet calm.

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Posted on January 4th, 2014 by in Words from the Wise

Resilience and the Art of Breaking Routine

by Janet Arnold-Grych Routine has a lot going for it. It allows critical aspects of our lives to flow more efficiently. It provides comfort and safety. It tethers us to the familiar while we reach for the unknown. But too much routine can whitewash experience, allowing the big things and the little things, the surprises and delights, […]

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