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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.

Sustainable Yoga Series: Downward Dog

In my own teaching, I have seen so many people excited to learn a different approach to their yoga. One that maintains the heart-filled, mindful awareness and combined with an ...

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Sustainable Yoga Series: Upward Dog

On the surface, Upward Facing Dog looks like a backbend. When asked, many people would reply, they practice upward dog to help open tight shoulders, hips and quads. That may ...

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Sustainable Yoga Series: Chair Pose

Quite often even the most beloved of yoga postures can create wear and tear on your ligaments and joints resulting in repetitive strain injuries at the very minimum. What is ...

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Love love love and to be of service

Years ago, I did a brief stint in film school. One of the projects was a short documentary. My subject was a personal one, I was on a search for ...

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A pain in the neck

Many of our physical aches and pains are a result of the habitual ways we move. What is your head doing right now as you read this? Are you sitting ...

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Sitting With Ease

You might have heard that "sitting is the new smoking." Sure, yes, sitting all day long at work, then sitting in your car, sitting at the table for dinner and ...

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Sustainable Yoga Series: Sun Salutation

Sun Salutations are ubiquitous in yoga. Usually found at the beginning of a practice, they are traditionally done as a warming-up, flow type movement. No matter what version of a ...

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Free Your Feet

Our feet are deserving of so much love and care; those 33 joints, 26 bones and over 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments are designed to move, and move well.

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Sustainable Yoga Series: Warrior One

Over the years as my education and explorations with biomechanics deepens, there have been some poses that I no longer practice or teach, and others that I happily practice almost ...

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What is a sustainable yoga practice?

It is so exciting to see more and more people embracing an evolved approach to yoga asana. You don't have to completely change the way you practice, but sometimes it ...

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