Posts Tagged ‘beginner’s yoga’

 

5 Easy Ways To Raise Your Vibe Instantly

Have you ever felt “down” for no particular reason? It happens to me too. I’m sure it happens to everyone from time to time. And, yes, there are a lot of things going on in the world. And, yes, there are a lot of things going on in your personal life (mine, too). But there […]

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This Yoga Studio Is Not A Fad. (It’s This…)

The Least You Need To Know Liz has gotten rid of hip pain, improved her balance, increased her strength, and gotten rid of back pain. She did it by making simple long-term life style changes. She’s doing yoga twice a week, riding her bike regularly, and she’s making her health and wellness a priority. That’s […]

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She Was On Pins and Needles (Literally)

Are you ready to turn it around? Everyone feels that way once in a while. But sometimes, we don’t when the opportunity to rise up will hit us. It happened to our amazing client, Byrne (pronounced Burn-nee). One minute she was going to surrender to the daily pain in her back and left leg. The […]

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How She Gained Flexibility And Lessened Her Pain (And You Can, Too)

Have you ever been at a crossroads in your life? You know what I mean, a time when you knew you had to take action for positive change or do nothing and accept a lackluster life. It happens a lot to nearly everyone. It happened to Judi. But she chose to overcome her fear and […]

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5 Things You Won’t See At This Yoga Studio (And Why)

Do you ever wonder if you’re doing yoga the right way? You’re not alone. A lot of people feel the same. You show up to class. You follow the instructions. You go home. Rinse and repeat. But could you be getting more from your practice? Are there things that you should or shouldn’t do? Well, […]

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How She Became More Confident And Strong (And You Can, Too)

Wanna try something? Close your eyes. Visualize coming to yoga classes two times a week. Picture yourself with enough energy to ride a tandem bicycle on the weekends. Think of completing 2, 000, 000 meters on your rowing machine. Now imagine doing all of that with a paralyzed left foot. That’s just the tip of […]

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