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Today I had a yoga double-header: a tech in the early afternoon, and another tech in the evening. The mid-day session was a class on Yoga Nidra – also known as “yogic sleep”. Considering I was rather fatigued when I … Continue reading
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I’ll be honest: I wasn’t feeling very good for much of the day today (tired, headache, feverish), and one of the last things I wanted to do tonight was go to a yoga tech session. I was concerned that I … Continue reading
Visiting instructor Class #3: Yoga and Love. Wow. Two themes weaved throughout the class: Love is available to us all. But. Instead of searching for love, we instead just need to open; instead of seeking and trying to track and … Continue reading