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Posted by admin on December 6, 2011 in
Maty Ezraty joins us in Lake Tahoe, CA to discuss the business side of yoga -- she shares tips on opening a studio, keeping it vibrant, how to keep your teachers and students engaged, and more. Maty Ezraty was the original founder of YogaWorks in Santa Monica California and directed the Teacher Training Program there for over 16 years. She has studied with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois 5 times in India ,...
Posted by on November 3, 2011 in
Majora Carter is an environmental justice advocate and producer & host of the Peabody Award-winning radio show, The Promised Land. She here shares her thoughts on Home(town) Security, and how we can make changes to our economy and our own well-bring by focusing on what needs to be done in our own neighborhoods. She attended Wanderlust Festival in Stratton, VT in June of 2011. You can learn...
Posted by Steve Gold on October 11, 2011 in
It's winter on Alki Beach in Seattle. In front of me there is a wide horizontal single pane window, it opens to the dark metallic skies above the Olympic mountain range. It's a cold slate grey day in the Pacific Northwest, but it's always warm in this 1920's beach bungalow. I love visiting here once a week for my voice lesson. Standing beside me is a black Steinway grand piano who's worn...
Posted by on October 11, 2011 in
“You have nothing to do,” instructor Susan Young reminded her yoga students last week as they lay on their backs in savasana. And at that moment, she was right — no one in the room was responsible for doing anything other than enjoying the peaceful sensation of being in a yoga position known as relaxation pose. Most of the time, it's a vastly different situation for Young's students at...
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on October 11, 2011 in
Welcome to The Practice. Here we will address certain technicalities of yoga poses. But first, I'd like to wax poetic about “practice” itself. I love having a practice. I've had one of some sort or another my whole life. For the longest time, it was playing the piano. I would practice for hours, sometimes playing scales for an hour at a time. Although I didn't know it at the time, playing...
Posted by on October 5, 2011 in
Don't have plans yet for Columbus Day Weekend? MVTimes.Com has the perfect plan for you in Martha's Vineyard! Read more below featuring Wanderlust Vermont instructors Barbara Verrochi, Kristin Leigh, and Kelly Morris. The second annual Martha's Vineyard Yoga Festival kicks off on Friday, October 7, at 8:45 am, with a power hour class taught by the festival's founder, Kathy Bega. For the second...