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Aerial yoga is a fun

Come hang with us today! Whether you’re new to yoga or an experienced yogi lookin for something new, aerial yoga is a fun (yet challenging) way to add a little bit of sparkle to your day! Join us at 3:00pm! See ya here! 📷// @katschamens #yoga #loomyoga #aerialyoga #vinyasa #bushwick (at Loom Yoga Center)

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Teacher Spotlight: Rebecca Ketchum

Teacher Spotlight: Rebecca Ketchum (@ketchumyoga ) Rebecca is one of our core teachers for our upcoming Yoga Teacher Training. Her wide breath of knowledge leaves us overwhelmed with confidence in her as a teacher and role model for our students as they dive deeper on their yogic paths. Rebecca hopes that her classes will bring you peace as you cleanse

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Clear your intentions as well as your bodies

Welcome Spring into your hearts Loomies! Clear your intentions as well as your bodies and create a clear vision of a positive, prosper and happy future for yourselves and all beings out there. In Chinese Medicine the element related to Spring is Wood and its main quality is a calm energy. Wood grows in an organized and orderly manner. In

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Bhagavad Brooklyn

By: Molly Davidson Note: Lately all I want to write about is the Gita, what I learn from it, and how I apply it to my life. So here it is. What follows is my interpretation and viewpoint. 2.59 (Winthrop Sargeant)“Sense objects turn away from the abstinent man, but the taste for them remains. But the taste also turns away

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Diary of a Yoga Teacher Trainee

By: Saskia Layden, Summer 2013 Teacher Training Program Now into our 8th week of teacher training, I feel physical, mental, and spiritual transformations that are an inevitable part of diving deep into Asana and yogic philosophy. My alignment has improved, as I am now more aware of it, and poses that were once completely outside of my ability have now

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Ayurveda

By: Andi Vatika A 5,000 year old Indian holistic healing science that literally translates to “knowledge of life,” Ayurveda focuses on achieving balance and optimum health of the whole individual including the physical body, the mind, and the spirit. Through nutrition, yoga/exercise, meditation, pranayama, and herbs, Ayurveda uses all five senses as a vehicle to bring the body back to it’s

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Empowered

By: Molly Davidson “Unaware of my naysayer, solitaire was all I was playing” -Wilco To want something with ALL your heart and soul, and to feel like you can’t have it-this describes one of the most frustrating sensations of being human. Do you have a wrenching desire for something? Maybe to make a difference in the world, to be cherished

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Calling on the Elements

By: Lila Donnolo Last week, inspired by a direction given by Molly Davidson in one of her classes at Loom Yoga, I started thinking deeply about the five elements, particularly about where they live in the body, and also about what happens when some or one of them is wildly out of proportion. We can think about the elements in

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Happiness!

By: Saskia Layden The UN has declared today, March 20, 2013, the first International Day of Happiness to “better capture the importance of the pursuit of happiness and well-being.” It may have taken them some time to officially recognize such a fundamental human sentiment, but we are glad they did. According to the New York Times, “The initiative for Happiness

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