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The Great Mystery of the Subtle Body

When imagining the subtle body, the mystics and yogis of India and Tibet designed elaborate systems for navigating the body’s interior, akin to the network circuitry of a computer. These systems map the flow of breath called pr?na whose…

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Wanted: Inner Harmony

What's that you say? You don't find Savasana particularly relaxing unless you've sweated and snorted your way through an exhausting practice? That's OK. You might not always have those deep, easy, peaceful Savasanas because relaxation isn't something we're taught…

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Sustain

For the past year, I've tried to carve out a more sustainable existence for myself. No more working until my arms ache and my eyes twitch - I get up and take breaks now. No more skipping yoga because…

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Picture Perfect

I'll let you in on a secret: Hanumanasana is not a particularly difficult pose for me. When I was five years old, I took gymnastics lessons. And although I was terrible on the vault and a complete chicken when…

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Groovy, Baby

In my experience side bending feels luscious, decadent, and delicious. I tend to be less achievement-oriented in my side bends than I am in my forward bends or backbends. Instead of trying to go deeper or bend further, I…