Tag Archives: yoga
Posted on June 15th, 2013 by in Teachers Corner, Yoga

Top 5 Things We Love About Wanderlust

Every year, we look forward to supporting the ecstatic festival that is Wanderlust. The chance to be in the Vermont hills—soaking up the mountain energy, reveling in yoga immersion, and communing with our peers and community members, is a high time of the year. 1. Community: Wanderlust brings so many different people together, and we […]

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Posted on June 11th, 2013 by in Relationships, Studies, News, and Trends

The Science of Love

Love—it’s the supreme human emotion. Babies need it to survive, it can improve brain function and health, and it’s even essential for animals (one study showed that rats that were licked more often by their mothers grew up to be calmer and more curious than their less-pampered counterparts). Love may feel more like magic than […]

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Posted on May 20th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Inner Listening

Danna Faulds, guest blogger I’ve always had an affinity for the idea of a “still, small voice” within, a form of inner guidance that requires vigilance in order to hear its whisperings. The fact that it is both “still” and “small” suggests that I have to lean in, be intimate with that voice, and listen […]

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Posted on May 18th, 2013 by in Ayurveda

Ayurveda’s Eight-Fold Examination: What to Expect from an Ayurvedic Consultation

Erin Casperson, guest blogger Ayurveda, India’s traditional system of medicine, is believed to be around 5,000 year old, and is considered to be the longest continuously practiced system of medicine. Long before blood tests, MRIs, CAT scans, EKGs, and x-rays, there was the eightfold examination process called ashtavidha pariksha. (Ashta means eight, vidha means fold […]

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Posted on May 8th, 2013 by in Healthy Living

Turning Point: Lara Tupper

Lara Tupper, MFA, is the author of A Thousand and One Nights, a novel about singers at sea. Her work has appeared in Six-Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak, The Believer, fivechapters.com, and other literary magazines. Lara taught writing at Rutgers University for nine years and now lives in the Berkshires, where she regularly presents […]

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Posted on April 17th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Finding Peace in Life’s Most Difficult Moments

In this video, Tara shares an emotional story of how meditation helps her find refuge as she learns to live with a genetic disease. (4:13) Jennifer Mattson, guest blogger Tara Brach charts a path to true refuge “Yoga is seeing life the way it is.” — Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras In her latest book, True Refuge: […]

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Posted on April 15th, 2013 by in Yoga

Turning Point: Terry Schaff

Terry Schaff, E-RYT, works as a yoga therapist with Loren Fishman, developing therapeutic yoga protocols for people recovering from injuries and living with physical challenges. Terry leads yoga classes for people with Parkinson’s disease, osteoporosis, and back pain, and specializes in post-operative rehabilitation and geriatric problems. www.terryrothschaff.com Describe what you do in 15 words or […]

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Posted on March 5th, 2013 by in Yoga

Yoga for Emotional Balance: What Gets in the Way of Change?

Bo Forbes, guest blogger There’s no doubt about it—humans are creatures of habit. There’s also no doubt that yoga positively impacts our capacity for change. In this excerpt from her book, Yoga for Emotional Balance, Bo Forbes shows us how. Do you ever begin a conversation with someone close to you with the best of […]

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