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Yoga Mat Review

Use your own yoga mat.  Not only does it reflect good studentship and help you set the intention of creating a regular practice, but a yoga mat is truly a personal use item.  Good yoga hygiene requires that you own your own mat, clean it often …

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Saturday 8:00am

Just imagine—-it hurts a little to get up early, but then you find your way to 1406 S. Negley Avenue and it feels warm and friendly.  It’s OK to eat a light snack right before practice because we will start with an extended centering, intention and …

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Yoga for Flying

If your holiday travels include flying, consider some of these yoga-inspired tips to keep you comfortable, calm and collected: 1. Practice non-attachment When you pack, try to bring minimal clothing and other items with you.  Not only does this help your travel day go smoother, but …

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Winter Class Descriptions

Check out the Winter Schedule during our preview in December (December 8-22, 2012)! MATRIKA YOGA An all-levels practice that combines techniques for physical postures (asana), breathing exercises (pranayama), visualization, stretching and relaxation from Tibetan, Chinese and Indian yoga traditions.  Explore sensation and movement in body and …

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Practice, Dharma & Brunch

Join Sharon for this deep yoga study opportunity on the third Sunday of every month (no classes in July or August). We start with a practice of deep, long-held asana—-in a combination of yin-restorative styles that incorporates aromatherapy, breath and energetic therapies. The practice is supported …

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Private Yoga Therapy

Private sessions are the ideal format for learning the therapeutic application of yoga. Many yoga practitioners in America see yoga as a way to “work out.” This is great and yoga IS a wonderful way to gain strength, improve endurance, balance and flexibility. You most certainly …

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