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5 Poses for Detoxification

My Detox Workshops are some of my favorite programs that I teach. I love connecting scientific knowledge of the human physiology to the practices of yoga asana in a practical, and supremely beneficial way. By utilizing the location of our abdominal organs and stimulating them in specific sequencing we can stimulate and amplify the affects… Read more »

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Teacher Of The Month: Christina Yoshida

We are excited to welcome Christina Yoshida to our teaching staff at Breathe! How did you start practicing yoga? What was your early yoga experience like? I started in my early 20’s to get back in shape for dance. I had been out of dancing for 2 years. I liked the movement but was not… Read more »

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Satya focus of the month

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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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

Looking for the Satya blog? Click here. 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… Read more »

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