The Weekly Post Review
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BY THE MAGAZINE OF YOGA STAFF
Practices: Walking a Labyrinth
Disorient your habitual wayfinding and perception
neurology – a catalyst for change, a physical
meditation, and chance to look into your heart.
Practices: Allison Argo
Whatever it is, that’s all you have to work with.
To me, this is the most creative part of the process.
Finding a way to tell the story with the pieces you’ve got.
Studio Life: My Already Mind
I build up scenarios and responses in my mind.
I’m always waiting for someone to complain.
Practices: Alan Heathcock
Do not look beyond yourself for validation.
Be brave enough to take yourself seriously. I think
the act of writing is fundamentally an act of meditation.
Spring Buzz Playlist
Wake up from Winter hibernation.
A few songs we’ve been humming, in
case you’re feeling as feisty as we are.
Book Review: Poem in Your Pocket for Young Adults
Sharing a poem communicates beauty
and changes perceptions.
Chef Chat: Natalie Lewis
If you learn one great recipe, you can cook
one great dish, but if you learn one great
technique you can cook a multitude of great dishes.
Really Healthy: Mango Madness!
The smell of a ripe mango in high season
will release an amazing fruity aroma from the
stem that will put you into a meditative trance.
Practices: Noushin Bayat
My own contradictions shamelessly look me in the
eye and demand to be acknowledged. I’m letting go of
my tyrannous “shoulds” – one breath at a time.
In Praise of Orchids
Visual elation will refresh your winter-weary
spirit and send you on your way with
creative energy humming in every step.
Written In Pencil: April
An artesian well with a long handled pump
for water, a rain barrel for outdoor showers.
No electricity. We lived with the hours of sun.
Yoga at the Gym
It takes a little time, struggling to be free of distractions,
the right music and motion, and the sudden realization
that although I forget sometimes, my body loves this.
Natalie 4 11
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