Posted on March 6th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Amy Ippoliti reminds us that yoga teaches us that ANYTHING is possible. That there is infinite potential and possibility inside, so why not go for it?! Be awesome! Whether you are feeling stiff, have an injury or you’re super bendy, get the most out of exactly where you are.
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Posted on February 27th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Elena Brower reminds us that when we aim to create more consciousness, we have to look at where we’re denying ourselves or others our consciousness, and in order to do that we can look towards the two possible reactions that are constantly available to us: an automatic reaction and a consciousness response.
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Posted on February 20th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Marc Holzman reminds us that we can experience incredible well-being by simply plugging our natural rhythms (dinacharya) with that of the great rhythm of the universe.
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Posted on February 13th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Kathryn Budig encourages us to be completely fine with the unknown, because it is the unknown that can really suck us into the present moment.
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Posted on February 6th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, David Harshada Wagner explains that when we’re in the midst of a conflict, sometimes it’s very important for us to stop everything and take a break from the action. In order to move through opposition most effectively and healthily, we have to take time out from moment to moment.
Take this class with Harshada: http://bit.ly/1bliiPG
Posted on January 30th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Sally Kempton reminds us that trust is one of the key meditative secrets. In order to enter into the experience of union, of oneness, of interconnectedness, one of the core recognitions that we have to open up to is our capacity to trust.
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Posted on January 23rd, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Jodi Blumstein reminds us that having an “advanced” yoga practice does not necessarily mean being able to do super advanced asanas, but it means being able to cultivate sharper focus to cut through the dissipation of our attention that can sometimes slow us down.
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Posted on January 16th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Marc Holzman asks us to entertain the idea that each of our lives is an appointment with destiny and that us being put on this earth is not some random accident. Even through the hard times, we have to remember that our body is a gift, a vehicle to go deeper and a temple for consciousness. And that is why we practice. We practice the strength in the body so we can do our dharma in the world.
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Posted on January 9th, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Tara Judelle explains that compassion is not always an obvious and natural trait, especially if and when another is treating you poorly or most importantly, with our own self. The hardest is to keep compassion with ourselves. So the idea of introducing themes like compassion into our practice is that it insinuates itself into muscle layers, cell layers and thought streams until it becomes our living reality.
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Posted on January 2nd, 2014
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Steven Espinosa reminds us just to honor. To honor our breath, to honor our body and to honor this time that we have created to be here on our mat. To honor this time that we have to do something that’s really good for ourselves. To take time to honor ourselves.
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