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When yoga meets science, magic happens. Tips, tutorials and articles to understand how your body is designed to move and explore ways to integrate it into your yoga practice- no matter what style of yoga you practice.

The Gift of Solitude

Solitude is a silent storm that breaks down all our dead branches; yet it sends our living roots deeper into the living heart of the living earth- Khalil Gibran ✨

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Intention + Community

"But why are trees such social creatures? Why do they share food with their own species and even their competitors? The reasons are the same as for human communities: They ...

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Strong Body, Strong Planet

There are so many different ways to be mindful- the way you move, the foods you eat and how you take care of nature (and people!) around you.

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Strong + Stable Lunge (video)

There is something that many people do in an asana practice without realizing they do it... hang out in their joints. I see it all of the time and was ...

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Pain-free pigeon pose (video)

Pigeon pose is one of those yoga poses that some people absolutely love and for others, find it hard on their knees , hips or SI joints. Whether you love ...

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Build functional strength in your arms (video)

Build functional strength in your arms. Functional strength means we are able to move our body in all sorts of different ways and to do all sorts of different daily ...

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Cross body patterning (video)

The human body is designed to move in spirals and diagonal patterns. Which means movements that combine all three planes of motion -transverse, saggital & frontal- have huge benefits on ...

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Healthy + Happy Hips (video)

A whole lot of hip mobility love... This is a great movement that not only makes your hip joints happy and more mobile, but will also wake up a whole ...

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My Yoga Existential Crisis (or how I became the teacher I wanted to be)

I had started practicing yoga in 1999 in community halls and basements. And when I started teaching in 2003, yoga teachers were not celebrities (at least not that many of ...

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