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The Yoga of Travel

Giant Rubber Duck Meditating on the Lake… Seoul, Korea The time has finally come. September marked the last month of The Alchemy of Flow and Form: Advanced Teacher Training at San Marcos School of Yoga with Gioconda Parker and Christina…

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Theming your yoga class, theming your life…

Theming is an integral part of the class-planning process if you are a yoga teacher, whether it is done consciously or not. Some people prefer to prepare a short story or inspirational reading, others choose a word or anecdote to…

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What I Learned About Life from a Prenatal Yoga Book…

I completed my 200-hour teaching certification just over two years ago this past January. As in most general 200 Registered Yoga Teacher trainings, we spent a very brief section of our time learning how to teach to pregnant women. Perhaps…

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A Yoga Hug to the Midline

I had another weekend of teacher training at the start of the new year, and on top of all of the challenging and inspiring information that I received, something from our anatomy module is what stood out to me, far…

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Saying “Thank You”

Happiness never decreases by being shared. Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga, teaches that “like increases like.” This inherently applies not only to what we eat, but our actions and thoughts as well. Time has proven to me that gratitude…

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Yoga and Transitions

I have never been good at transitions. I like to rush through Surya Namaskaras, getting hot and sweaty, without taking a moment to breathe in between. I used to cry every night before a major trip or event. I’ve been…