Tag: beginnings

New Moon in Leo

New Moon in Leo

All new moons mark the beginning of a new lunar cycle, making this a great time to focus your attention on something towards which you would like to bring more light, energy, or movement. This month’s new moon falls in the constellation of Leo, a sign that […]

New Moon in Virgo

New Moon in Virgo

The New Moon is always a time for new beginnings.  This lunar cycle the energy of Virgo, the virgin, helps turn our attention towards details,  fault-finding, cleanliness, and neatness. This is a good time to undertake routine, painstaking work, and to search for and correct […]

Even The Weather Channel wants you to do Yoga!!

Even The Weather Channel wants you to do Yoga!!

They’re not wrong with the title “25 Breathtaking Photos to Inspire Your Morning Yoga Practice” these images are truly stunning.  I’m pleased to see that people are getting the message that Yoga is an amazing thing everyone should do from weather.com.  But then also maybe […]

DailyBeast has you covered: What Kind of Yoga is Right For You?

DailyBeast has you covered: What Kind of Yoga is Right For You?

Take a look at this list of 9 common styles of Yoga.  Which one is right for you??  It’s always good to mix it up, the yoga way is usually to do the kind of practice you least want to do…in this way yoga makes […]

Returning from 7 days of Proprioceptive Writing on Retreat

The steady stream of posts slowed to a trickle while I was away at Wisdom House in Litchfield, CT on a retreat with Proprioceptive Writing. I’ll be back to teaching Yoga in Bushwick and Williamsburg next week, but first I must turn 30! pass it on

1 in 10 people do YOGA!!!!

1 in 10 people do YOGA!!!!

“…the meditative movement that began in India thousands of years ago becomes increasingly popular in the United States” “Yoga is one of the most common ‘mind and body’ approaches in the U.S., along with massage and meditation.  Almost 1 in 10 people reported using yoga in […]

Yoga Unites Across Cultural, Linguistic, and Economic Gap!

Yoga Unites Across Cultural, Linguistic, and Economic Gap!

  Meet Paige Reeves, founder of YogaVida, a not-for-profit that brings the mental and physical benefits of Yoga to the Latino immigrant community of Pheonix, AZ.  Read this interview with Reeves to find out how she got involved with this vulnerable population and discover how Yoga can […]

via thump.vice: Noise Yoga is a thing!

via thump.vice: Noise Yoga is a thing!

Seattle, Washington noise community throws yoga sessions with live noise bands: “It started as kind of a silly idea with friends, but once we started the first series, it pretty whickly got a fair amount of interest and really good feedback from people” says co-founder+DJ+UW graduate […]

Yoga is a low-cost, anti-stigma medicine for war Veterans!

Yoga is a low-cost, anti-stigma medicine for war Veterans!

Fox News out of Atlanta is all about the Wounded Warriors project, highlighting the experience of Staff-Sgt-turned-yoga-teacher Dan Nevins.  Aftern an explosion in Iraq in Nov. 2010, Nevins lost both of his legs and had to undergo more than 30 different surgeries.  In recovery after […]

recommended titles for kids yoga via Greensboro N&R

recommended titles for kids yoga via Greensboro N&R

  A great little article out of Greensboro, NC by News & Record with lots of recommended titles and authors to bring yoga to preschoolers.  Little kids need to stretch and breathe and move, and they also need to learn how to be friends with everything […]