Year: 2012 | Places to Yoga

Kundalini Yoga
Could Grandma’s holiday meatballs awaken your kundalini?
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Krishna Das and Ram Dass asked their wise Indian guru Maharaji how to awaken the kundalini. He responded, “Feed people.”. When I heard this my thoughts shifted to me as young girl with my mother in the kitchen. “Stir. Stir. Keep stirring or it will get lumpy.”, my mom would […]

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Volunteerism – Dance and sing together at the Firehouse
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I am most in my natural element when teaching, happiest when giving freely and caring for others, and most comfortable in the light. Combining all four satisfies my soul. As more photos of Sandy’s aftermath surfaced, I felt called to get out there and help. When I saw a friends […]

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Yoga under Pressure
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taking a break from managing a military families golf event We’ve all heard that yoga can reduce stress and tension to bring serenity to the body and mind. Reducing stress and tension can improve our health and wellness and our overall quality of life. Yogis know that practicing yoga, especially during stressful […]

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Bikram yoga helped me find a job!
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The following is my favorite Bikram quote turned mantra: “You’re never too old, never too bad, never too late, and never too sick to start from the scratch once again.” I absolutely believe this. I was 39 when I started practicing yoga a year ago, and I had some serious fears mentally […]

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Yoga Bridge
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Yoga Bridge is a non-profit organization. The purpose of Yoga Bridge is to address the needs of people in any stage of cancer diagnosis/ recovery through the healing practice of yoga in a supportive and nurturing environment. Serving the areas of Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denton, Flower Mound, Lewisville, and Highland Village.[…]

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What Are You Going to Do with It? And Other Stupid Remarks about YTT
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By Pamela Stokes Eggleston, MBA, RYT Recently I completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) in the Pranakriya™ tradition. I’ve practiced yoga for about 11 years now, and I personally experienced its benefits when I hit my mat on a regular basis – deeper sleep, less stress and weight management. […]

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Overcoming Yoga Phobia
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Nearly eleven months ago to the day, I overcame yoga phobia. I had been suffering from this self-inflicted fear for 21 years. Yoga. I first heard about yoga when I was 18 and a freshman in college living in the dorms. Although I checked the “non-smoking” box when filling out […]

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Soul Yoga
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Soul Yoga specializes in Hot Vinyasa Flow, Power, Basic and Kids Yoga. All classes calm the mind, invigorate the body and soothe the soul through powerful yoga sequencing set to music.[…]

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Reaching the Bliss Sheath
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In the past couple of months, I’ve been reading a book about a woman’s journey through her life with yoga. She talks about the reality of it all from the beginner’s perspective of self-doubt, and the almost humorous shortcomings endured in the first few yoga classes. We all go through […]

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Feel Free
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From day to day, and even year to year, we walk in emotions that do not serve us. These emotions come from situations in life that were created to test our strength: to prepare us for something greater in our futures. Sometimes without even knowing, we allow the situations to […]

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