Post Archive by Month: October,2014

Workshop: “Eat the Seasons”

Come spend your Sunday funday with us at our “Eat the Seasons” workshop with Lucy Chen! The cold has been slowly creeping in and instead of fighting the winter blues, embrace it! We will be discussing how to prepare your mind and body for the winter season through choosing nourishing foods and engaging in physical activity. All participants will receive

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There are few poses I find daunting…

There are few poses I find daunting; virbhadrasana I, eka pada rajakapotasana, and agnistambhasana to name a few. Ask me to square my hips and I’ll do it, but I’ll probably cry. There is no secret, no special something to make the pose a bit more bearable – although a blanket does help. Like all poses, it’s all in the

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Virabhadra: a thousand eyes

Warrior II – a pose we without a doubt practice in our daily vinyasa, but do you ever wonder the origin of the sanskrit or let alone, where the meaning and inner power reside? As with most names, there is more to it than meets the eye or in the case with Virabhadra – a thousand eyes. Virabhadra was a

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Nothing is ever lost

TGIF friends, Happy Friday!! Some love from The Universe today Nothing is ever lost in this adventure of all adventures. The lessons and discoveries of every single life, no matter how large or small, difficult or easy, are added to the whole. Like stones in the base of a pyramid, they permanently raise and forever support every manner of adventure

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Some food for thought:

Some food for thought: “lie on your back with your arms outstretched and have a friend measure the distance from the tip of one middle finger to the other. Do you have a wingspan similar to that of a hawk? Eagle? Osprey? The mythical thunderbird? Pterodactyl? Close your eyes and visualize yourself hovering and swooping above the treetops. What do

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Learn to keep a foot in both worlds

“Learn to keep a foot in both worlds, the seen and the unseen.“ – Lena Stevens It’s the time of year physical changes are happening all around us. The days are shorter, giving way to longer nights, the air has begun to hold a crispy freshness, and the trees are shedding their spring and summer coats in a display of

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