A Dance Between Two Bodies

Posted February 07, 2016
by Shawna Emerick “A dance between two bodies.” That is the line that hooked me into learning the ancient tradition of Thai Yoga Bodywork. To me it is not “lazy man’s yoga,” the other line you might here around this energy work, for this healing practice holds possibility for transformation. To touch someone, to enter […]
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Yoga & Science

Posted February 05, 2016
by Joseph Glaser One aspect of my work, that I am fortunate enough to be involved in, is clinical research on Yoga and cancer. In different ways we are studying the efficacy of Yoga as a management tool for the side effects of cancer. This kind of research has become the standard in the scientific […]
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Posted January 26, 2016
by Lisa Benner In India, it is said that you are born twice: once when you enter this world, and then again when you are initiated into the Gayatri Mantra. That’s a powerful practice — something that facilitates the miraculous opportunity of rebirth. There is a philosophical science related to the Gayatri mantra called the […]
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Savasana Challenge

Posted January 05, 2016
Take time for rejuvenation this month with the Savasana Challenge A 10 Minute Savasana Every Day for 30 Consecutive Days This month we’re challenging you to complete a special kind of yoga challenge: take a 10 minute savasana each day (either at home or in class) and track your progress using our special challenge booklet. […]
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Moving Forward in Vibrancy

Posted January 03, 2016
by Lisa Benner Happy New Year! I am excited and honoured to share some contemplations with you as we head into the new year. I hope this becomes a dialogue. We will be exploring the themes touched on here in my classes this month, and I look forward journeying with you. As we embark on […]
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Yoga can help with that 

Posted December 28, 2015
by Joseph Glaser From a Yogic perspective our beings are made up of five sheaths or koshas. From gross to subtle we have annamaya kosha or your physical body and all its components. Second is pranamaya kosha or your biodynamic network of prana itself, chakras, and nadis that allow the other koshas to function. Third, […]
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Let Dharma Be Your Guide

Posted December 11, 2015
by Joseph Glaser “It is better to strive in one’s own Dharma than to succeed in the dharma of another. Nothing is ever lost in following one’s own dharma, but competition in another’s dharma you breeds fear and insecurity.” -The Bhagavad Gita 3-35 Hallelujah Hare Krishna! One of my favorite passages from the Bhagavad Gita […]
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Cathedral Inside

Posted November 13, 2015
by Nancy Preston Everyone is busy. Busy with what? What is the mind occupied with? A hamster in a running wheel is busy- in constant motion but going nowhere. How about stepping back right now- wherever you are. Exhale. If it is safe close your eyes.
If not safe soften the muscles around the eyes but […]
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A Practice for November

Posted November 06, 2015
by Nancy Preston November is here. The year-end nears along with the holiday season and all that comes with it. This is a perfect time for a pause. Here’s a great reboot. A chance for relaxing the mind and reminding the skeleton of it’s hardwired alignment. It only takes 5 minutes! Lie on your back […]
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Posted November 02, 2015
by Marcela Xavier As we enter the darker days of winter and bright lights of the holidays, this month we will be focusing on “Nourishing the Light Within” and putting some extra attention on SELF CARE. The holiday season is approaching, and with it comes the usual — lots of parties, plenty of eating, drinking and […]
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