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Taking these observations on how a child moves isn’t just a motherly pastime, but a key ingredient to understanding your own body. Let’s apply this information to help with fundamental physical exploration on your mat and find your inner child.

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Remember Barack Obama? He used to be president like four score and seven light years ago. What’s the thing for former presidents to do, besides actually get sleep and cease aging at an exponential rate? Why, build a monument to preserve your own legacy, of course! Presidential libraries have been en vogue since the 1930s [...]

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As far as we know, flights have not been grounded due to yoga-practicing passengers…yet. (Maybe yoga practicing peacocks.) While plenty of airports welcome yoga now, it’s not so common on airplanes, mostly because you have barely enough room to breathe let alone bend your body into various shapes. Also, no passenger wants to be the [...]

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This may have to be our favorite cheeky, passive aggressive, dog-poo-yoga-heard-round-the-internets sign ever. If you’ve already caught wind but didn’t know the back story, we’ll happily fill you in. The sign was plastered to a pole along a footpath in Dullingham, a small English town near Cambridge. According to SWNS.com, while we don’t know the [...]

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We sometimes believe presenting without comment is a bit irresponsible since there’s so much fabricated bs out there (“fake news!”…ugh) and it’s hard to know if anyone knows their asana from their elbow. In sharing this, well, we could add our own witty footnotes but really it just speaks for itself. All we’ll say is [...]

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It’s winter, it’s snowy, it’s cold. Maybe even too cold for the goats to do yoga. So what animal are you going to do yoga with then?! Never fear, the penguins are here. It’s no bird of paradise, but Penguin Yoga is now a thing, thanks to the Maryland Zoo who launched the 2018 Yoga at the [...]

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I recently asked my students to lift their big toes without moving the rest of their foot. With much consternation, they discovered this to be a more difficult than they had anticipated. Intrigued? Try it yourself!

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I’ve been teaching yoga service classes for about three years, but have been passionate about this field for many more – starting with the administrative work I did for Yoga Activist in Washington, DC, prior to training as a yoga instructor. I’ve been teaching yoga to women at the country’s largest jail for […]

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Ah yes, we’ve said it before—Goat Yoga is taking over the world. Following the lead of several cities before them, Denver recently launched their own special brand of airport yoga. Since November, passengers are able to pre-book a private room for a virtual mini-session of yoga or meditation before they hit the friendly skies, through [...]

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