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The first time I heard it, I thought it was a joke. When I heard it again, I thought the teacher was trying to be poetic. As he walked sloooooowly around the heated yoga studio telling us to “engage” this and start “looking inward” that, I had absolutely no idea what he meant. But the... Read More

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10 Reasons Why Yoga Teacher Training is the Best Thing You’ll Ever Do

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This is powerful and beautiful.. the yogic approach to life from the Raja Yoga perspective. Learn a little more in our blog:

*** Build Your Own Yoga Practice -- Use this chart as a guide. The chart is read from top to bottom, left to right so Pose 1 is Namasthe, Pose 2 Tadasana and so on.

In this download, there are 11 ready-to-go kids yoga class plans for tweens (kids aged 8 to 12). It’s a 38 page PDF crammed with tried and tested class detail. Here are the classes included in the download: Partner Fun! Children work in pairs to explore yoga postures, learning to balance and support each other. Yography! We travel the world, …