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Enjoy the Be Yoga Blog

Read personal reflections from your class mates, and thoughts from teachers

Body Talk: by Nia® Spotlight – Body – Beautiful

How do you define your “Body – Beautiful”? This month we challenged ourselves with finding the meaning within us.  Maybe it is waking up and not feeling pain in your joints; perhaps it is taking a walk outside and being able to go that extra mile.  This intention has...

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A Letter For Myself in 30 Years, by Amber Severson

As an assignment for our 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Trainees, Greg and Marcia ask that each of them write a letter to themselves 30 years in the future. This is Amber's letter. The branches loomed gnarled and gnawing, through a shadowy canopy of unbroken forest. Right now...

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Nux Love, by Sonya Pfeiffer

During this month where we are focusing on kama, or pleasure, I suppose it is fitting that I have been roped into writing about a very comfortable pair of yoga capris that I uncharacteristically gushed about in an email to Be Yoga’s owner, Wendy Swanson. As I wrote to...

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A Yogi Kind of Life, by Abiola Ogunbekun

This post originally appeared on Her Beauty Tree, and is reposted with permission. Say that you decide that you want to make a change, and you want to start to be more active. Well, where do you start? That’s always the trick of it, where to start. Let me tell you a...

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May Theme of the Month – Kama

Have you heard? Our May theme of the month is pleasure! As one of the four purusarthas (or aims of life), pleasure is part of our practice! Did you derive pleasure from our exploration of arm balances and twists last month? Some of you likely did! And whether you did...

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Body Talk: by Nia® Spotlight – Joy

Spotlight – “JOY” April showers brings May flowers!  This month we are showering ourselves with “Joy”. Webster’s Dictionary defines Joy as: “the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires.”  Through Nia we...

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An Asana Away from Connection, by Romy Ribitzky

I blame it on the rain. A magnificently timed storm that forced my sister and I to change our plans from heading out to the Whitewater Center and watch the fireworks ahead of the July 4th holiday. Instead, ensconced in my apartment, surrounded by thunder and...

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My Yoga Journey, by Frank Snider

My yoga journey began almost 2 years ago when my friend Sara Hasbrouck invited me to join her for a class. I must admit that for a man of my age it was a bit intimidating. Words like Tadasana, Ashtanga Namaskara, Bhujangasana, Pada Hastasana, and Urdhva Hastasana...

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