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What's your style?

With so many styles to choose from, you may wonder which one is right for you. Easy answer, the one that helps you develop awareness. Ok, so that didn’t really answer it for you or did it? Well, finding your style can be like eating your favorite food, but if your favorite food is chocolate ice cream then you might want to rethink things.Here are some things to think about when picking a style: Is it right for your body type? For example, if you are hyper flexible then Yin probably isn’t the best choice because of the focus on stretching fascia and connective tissues. If you are hyper flexible then your connective tissues are already too flexible and an active style of yoga would be better s

Want some magic? Practice restorative yoga!

Our lives can be incredibly demanding, especially in this 'connected' age where technology and multi-tasking consume every moment of our lives. How often do you just turn off your phone, TV, iPad, iPod, computer or radio and just sit in silence pampering yourself? Never, unless of course you practice restorative yoga. The benefits are many: Improved concentration and awareness. Better night’s sleep Helps lower blood pressure Reduces stress Relaxation response Helps reduce cortisol - which affects the immune system and adrenal glands (too much cortisol causes the body to store fat. Gateway to meditation Just to name a few. Do you need more than that? I was hooked at improved sleep! Though I d

King of Asanas

Ancient texts refer to Sirsasana as the king of postures and with good reason as the benefits are many. The pose positively effects four major systems in the body: cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine, and the nervous system. But for many students, it is not only daunting, it’s downright scary. Being upside down is intimidating enough, but being on your head - well that is enough to make even the most interested student wince. There are many ways to begin practicing traditional headstand. You can practice near a wall, you can ask a friend or a teacher to spot you, but for those who have suffered from neck injury or have had neck surgery these are still not great options. I have taught headst

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