January 4, 2019

Is there a right way to do Yoga?

Michael Ruccolo Comments are off
It is frequently said that there is a ‘right’ way and a ‘wrong’ way to do Yoga. While some may think that getting hurt is ‘wrong’ and others may consider feeling good ‘right,’ Yoga is neither ‘right’ nor ‘wrong.’ Ironically, we rarely think of our way as being ‘wrong’; though, we may not necessarily think we are doing it ‘right.’ In effect, by naming and categorizing we unintentionally perpetuate societal roles that are confusing and
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November 29, 2018

Change That Makes a Difference

Grace Lovelace Comments are off
“The economy has changed. Geography has changed. The politics are changing. You’ll find changes, unbelievable changes. There’s no reason for you to worry about those changes. All they’re inviting you to do is change too.” –Yogi Bhajan, 1992 The sweep of this statement is typical of Yogi Bhajan, the originator of kundalini yoga and never one to play small. Although his particular synthesis of yogic practices arrived with him to the West in the late

November 1, 2018

Top Tips for Holiday Stress Relief

Amanda Castilone Comments are off
The holidays are just around the corner (wow) and they are the most stressful time of the year for so many people. Late nights, overindulging, more cocktails than our bodies are used to, traveling, maybe too much time with family… all of this leads to STRESS in your body! It’s no wonder we end up feeling groggy, out of it and low energy come January 2nd. I thought this was a perfect time to share
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