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New To Yoga? No Worries!

Posted on 1/2/2017 by Adam Hocke in Adam Hocke Yoga for Beginners Yoga Practice Journey of Yoga reflection

My first yoga class was in the NYU gym. I was 18 and on the bagel, pizza and cereal diet of a student. Holistic wellness wasn't necessarily on my radar and I went to class mostly because I wanted a bohemian experience that would fuel my assumed New York artiste persona. That was the same year I pierced my ear, wore yellow tinted glasses, and sported a beret on occasion. Yoga was to be another fashionable accessory.

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Shine Bright In the Dark of Night: How to Observe Solstice Week

Posted on 12/21/2016 by YogaDownload .com in reflection Meditation Gratitude YogaDownload.com Winter Solstice Featured Classes

Can you feel the change in the air? December 21, 2016, marked the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. What exactly is a solstice? “Solstice” comes from Latin: sol meaning "sun" and sistere meaning “to stand still.” The Winter Solstice is the perfect time to pause, reflect, and create our dreams and intentions.

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What Always Remains: A Meditation in Packing

Posted on 12/19/2016 by Sunny Koh in Intentions reflection Travel Yoga Sunny Koh A Meditation in Packing Blessings Art of Packing

Over the past six months, due to personal and professional reasons, I found myself traveling and moving from one place to another— from point A to B then to B to C then C to A or B. And it feels like I’m still going and coming to unknown destinations.

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Pause. Listen.

Posted on 9/1/2013 by Susanne Mueller in Contemplation Listening Pausing reflection

My favorite moment in a yoga class is after the final OM. I look around the room and relish in the still space where for a brief moment, no one is in a rush.

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What are you committed to?

Posted on 1/4/2013 by Jackie Casal Mahrou in commitments goals reflection

Recently I attended a commitment seminar (Landmark Forum), and we were asked to make a list of what we are committed to in our lives. "Easy enough," I thought, so I wrote down things like, health, yoga, teaching, being a good wife, love, contentment, learning, saving money, and a few others.

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