Monthly Archives: July 2010

Yoga for Stress Reduction

A diamond is just a piece of charcoal that handled stress exceptionally well.” ~Unknown Are you constantly overworked, checking text messages and e-mails, always connected to work?  Do you take care of your kids and spend all day giving and … Continue reading

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10 Things You Never Knew about Yoga

Check out this great  article on the 10 things you never knew about yoga.

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There’s Always time for Yoga

A mantra I need to repeat to myself often…..   Getting ready for a weekend camping with friends I waited until the last minute to pack.  In between clients and trying to have fun with my kids I spent a good … Continue reading

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Kids and Yoga

Children intuitively get yoga.   Most kids don’t multi task.  Most kids are completely focused on whatever they are doing.  Have you ever tried to interrupt a child when they are watching TV, building Lego’s or reading a book?   They are … Continue reading

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Breakfast with Buddha by Roland Merullo ~ A Book Review

Otto Ringling is a typical middle aged American. He has two kids, is a senior editor at a Manhattan publishing house specializing in food books, vacations at the shore every year, and lives a comfortable life.  A trip from Jersey … Continue reading

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Beat the Heat with Yoga

Does the intense heat and humidity leave you feeling lethargic and weak?  Is your temper short?   With the heat wave hitting the east coast consider how yoga can help you stay cool!  The following yoga poses are designed to cool … Continue reading

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Yoga, running, making excuses and life

I’m not sure if this is a post about yoga or running or making excuses in life but since this is a blog about learning to use the philosophy and teachings of yoga in daily life I’ve decided to post … Continue reading

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