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Breathe in, Breathe Out

Exhale. Then hold after exhale. Exhale. Then hold after exhale. This is one solution that helps bring us back into balance when we are feeling off center.   pracchardana-vidharanabhyam va pranasya – Yoga Sutra I.34 In order to come back into balance, one can take a long exhalation and hold after the breath.   Exhalation has quite a phenomenal effect on our physiology. Science has informed us that by consciously lengthening the rate at which we expel air, relative to…

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Creating Balance on the Yogic Path (April 2016)

The Essence of the Sutras Creating Balance on the Yogic Path One of the most beautiful aspects of life is that it is constantly in flux and always changing. Every moment provides the opportunity for expansion and growth. If we can understand this one fact of life, then we can never be stuck. So what is it that makes so many of us feel bogged down and out of balance? In this three part series with Josh Blatter, we will…

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Living Yoga Intensive

LIVING YOGA The Sustainable Application of Yoga Methodology for Health & Healing In this 3-part series with Lora Heiner, Luke Wientzen, and Josh Blatter you will explore the body, breath and mind by learning applications of the ancient teachings of yoga.  These sustainable techniques will empower you to live to your fullest potential.  Deepen your practice and knowledge of yoga through the practical study of the poses in your body (as an) via principles of anatomical alignment and understanding your personal…

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Application of Theory is the Practice

The Guide says there is an art to flying”, said Ford, “or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss. Douglas Adams The keystone that solidifies any philosophy or set of teachings is the ability for it to be tangible and accessible to the general population. If we cannot experience and develop an authentic connection to what it is we are learning, then it may as well be left on the…

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