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Posted by admin on March 11, 2013 in Inspiration, Community
"The role of tradition in yoga is hard to speak about because it's something that [one] talks about in certain, practical terms, but there's really also a rational for why it's valuable to have ties to something ancient, to have links to something that has true roots.  The tradition is the practical and rational side, but then there's also the unpragmatic side, the mystery." Rod Stryker...
Posted by Nicole on July 17, 2012 in Inspiration, Mindfulness
Written by Nicole Lindstrom Ronald Alexander is a man of immense knowledge stemmed from a deep wealth of experience. He has traveled the world studying and practicing Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow. In 1974, he co-founded the Kundalini Research Institute in Pomona, CA and has taught Zen, Tibetan, Vipassana and Mindfulness practices in various places. He is currently the executive director of...
Posted by rachel on June 28, 2012 in
Cat and I found ourselves to be quite in luck while working at the Hanuman Festival in Boulder, CO as our booth just happened to face the extraordinary YogaSlackers set up. Just beyond the solar bubbles and Core Power’s super delicious solar baked chai cookies stood multiple slack lines and some amazing yogis. Our view for the weekend could not have been better, complete with snacks for the...
Posted by rachel on June 14, 2012 in
 Swooping back into OmTime yoga, we just can’t seem to get enough of those ladies! We waved hello to Shannon Paige Schneider, but this time it was Nancy Kate Williams leading the show. And what a beautiful show at that. Please forgive the Dumb & Dumber reference to compare something far more magical than Jim Carey road tripping in a doggie adorned van but; “Pretty bird, Pretty, pretty...