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Earth Day

We all share this beautiful planet we call Earth. This year, Earth Day falls on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. For those of you new to teaching kids’ yoga, Earth Day is a terrific time to offer your services at an Earth Day fair or festival as a way of sharing your love for the earth with kids and also gaining exposure for yourself or your kids’ yoga business.

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It’s Earth Day! We here at YD like to call it “Home Appreciation Day.” Though yogis could tell you we don’t need a separate day to celebrate, it’s nice to take the time to recognize. And because the yoga world is not immune to consumerism and material items (though some may try to live otherwise) we thought [...]

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Is it Earth Day AGAIN? already? Didn’t we do this last year? Oh right, we should be celebrating, and minding, our Earth every day. After all we salute the sun and moon, why not the ‘ol third rock, the one we live on! Of course, we here at YD are devoted Pale Blue Dot Day-ers. [...]

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“Consider again that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us.” Earth Day can get pretty gimmicky…everyone from the FOX Network to Ford is jumping full throttle on the “let’s be green!” bandwagon. Not to discount the corporate efforts, because heaven knows if it amounts to good then we’re all for it. But when you clear [...]

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Hey New York earthlings, got Earth Day plans? The yoga fans at flavorpill (folks behind MoMA YoGA and GYDO) have sprung on us a great event once again. This time it’s yoga with Elena Brower followed by yummy treats and an “Earth bar”… ? keep reading. The deets: On April 22nd, The Standard, New York [...]

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Happy Earth Day! Yay! The one day a year when we can gather together and try and save Earth, our one and only home, which we endeavor to destroy the other 364 days of the year! Wait.. that doesn’t sound right. It’s true, we are terrible careless humans abusing our mother Earth every day. Alas, [...]

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Did you take part in Earth Hour? Many energy-mongers all over the world switched it off for an hour this past Saturday. While some say it was a great concerted effort to conserve, others are cynical saying it was pretty much a joke just to make us feel better about ourselves. Totally. We’re gonna say [...]

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