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Courage to Be

Yesterday as I prepared for class a theme jumped into my consciousness, something that requires tremendous strength, something that we all do, but so often don’t give ourselves credit for, ‘the courage to be you.’ The courage of your heart. I offered this dharma wisdom in class and the inspiration was affirmed when a student… Read more »

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November Teacher Of The Month – Michelle Baylon

We are excited to welcome Michelle Baylon to our teaching staff at Breathe! How did you start practicing yoga? What was your early yoga experience like? I started practicing yoga by taking my mat everywhere with me and laying it down to move upon it any chance I got.  My experience was and has always… Read more »

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November Focus Of The Month – Ahimsa

Did you know that at its root yoga is a practice more concerned with the flexibility, strength, and resilience of the mind and consciousness, than that of the body? Classical yoga is an eight limb path of which asana, or postures, is just one limb. In fact, asana is the third of the eight limbs…. Read more »

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Staying Balanced During Vata Season

This past July I had the good fortune of attending a weekend Ayurveda intensive. I went into the weekend with a little bit of previous knowledge about the basics of this ancient healing art, and I left with more tools in my toolbox. I love the process of discovering more about myself and how to… Read more »

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Yoga Insights

One of the most significant impacts of yoga is how it brings awareness to our patterns and habits. Asana practice offers us a wonderful opportunity to explore and refine our qualities of alignment in ways that make the practice safer, more accessible, and thereby more sustainable and potentially self-transformational. Yoga illuminates our habitual ways of… Read more »

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LUX Playlist

In my humble opinion, Meaghan is a playlist queen, so when I was called upon to sub for her this past weekend I turned to one of her created playlists for the class soundtrack. I joked at the conclusion of class that if you liked the music, then I would take credit, after all I… Read more »

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