Meditation For Kids

Meditation For Kids

As an adult, I struggle with meditation.  My mind is always on the go–trying to get my mind to pause and relax is so difficult for me.  I have found that teaching children meditation is just as difficult. At the end of every class I teach at my daughter’s...
Becoming Yin

Becoming Yin

Katie Pearson, co-creator of Holy Yoga Yin I & II (with Jonnie Goodmanson) shares how she came to love Yin and sharing the practice with others:For twenty years I have practiced and taught power Vinyasa classes, so many have wondered what is now drawing me to the...
Celebrating Older American’s Month

Celebrating Older American’s Month

The month of May is Older American’s Month and is a time we honor senior citizens, we remember their countless contributions, and we proudly renew our abiding commitment to their well-being and independence.Yoga is an amazing practice for people of any age,...
Exploring Delight In A Harsh World

Exploring Delight In A Harsh World

“That was delightful!” is a phrase I don’t hear much. It sounds like something a character in a Jane Austen novel would say at the end of a picnic with parasols and tea, doesn’t it? In the South, where I was born, we would often say “that did my heart good” or she was...
Is Chair Yoga Right For Me?

Is Chair Yoga Right For Me?

Is Chair Yoga Right For Me?We’ve all heard that yoga has been shown to improve overall health when practiced regularly. As with most forms of exercise, yoga can be modified for people with all types of abilities and skill levels.  While people often associate...
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