The Weekly Post Review at The Magazine of Yoga
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BY MAGAZINE COO MARGO M
Waking Up Bodies and Voices 6 28
We have all asanas that, when we hear the teacher call out their name, we suddenly wonder if this is the just the time to slip out for a drink of water or to check the parking meter.
Yoga and Writing
Setting aside time daily to sustain a relationship with ourselves is a life-guiding priority that keeps us healthy, awake, and clear.
Gallery 6 29
I just wanna live the life I please
I don’t want no enemies
I don’t want nothin’ if I have to fake it
Personal Practice: Stop Putting It Off
You don’t have to know as much as you think you have to know. Do a posture or two. Any posture you remember. ANY posture.
Personal Practice: Get Started Part 2
It helps to have at least one clear-to-you reason why you want to practice. A fairly common reason people show up in yoga classes: Nothing else is working.
Personal Practice: Begin Yours Part 3
You’ll find out more, understand better, and see results that matter to you the more consistently you stick with it. You just have to show up.
For Ellie, My Lively Bohemian
Petty worries seemed as distant as the almost full moon, and I was reminded of the power of music, magic, and love.
Really Healthy: Morning Vitality
New practices should be begun with curiosity and ease. Take your time, sample each one, and eventually string several practices together.
Yoga Blog Fan Page: Daily Cup of Yoga
I’m not so much looking for an intense workout or episode of breakthrough enlightenment, but desiring just to get back in the regular habit of stepping on the mat on a consistent basis.
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