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I’ve always loved this time of year as we approach the end of December, when most people have more time available for loved ones. There is a spirit of togetherness and renewal as everyone takes a break from their busy lives and prepares for a brand new year. I’ve often taken this as an opportunity to slow down, enjoy time with family and look back on the previous year, sometimes feeling inspired to make significant life changes, or a few new year’s resolutions. 

All You Need To Know About Our Online/In-Person Yoga Teacher Training Program

Registration is Open For Our 250-Hour Online Yoga Teacher Training

After two years of planning, designing, writing, filming, planning more, filming more, writing more and then building the program online, our 250-hour YTT program officially launched on September 16, 2019. Our first cohort (group of students who move through the courses together) started on October 14, 2019 and is currently is busy working through the courses with the guidance of our YTT faculty. 

The Attention Economy

The Attention Economy

Are you paying attention? Yes, you are. It’s a bit of a trick question really, as the answer is always yes. Everything we do requires attention. There is no way to NOT spend attention (sleep and meditation excluded). Some activities require lots of attention. Some require very little. A long day at work certainly is more attention expensive than a day on the beach. But everything we do draws on our reserve of attention. A better question is, perhaps, “What are you paying attention to?” Although, even that is not complete.

The Meaning Of Namaste

What does Namaste mean?

The most unfamiliar part of my first few yoga classes wasn’t the ambient music. It wasn’t the contradictory cue to “bend down with a straight spine.” It wasn’t the funny names of the poses. It was the teacher ending the class with her hands in prayer position and saying “Namaste” as she bowed to the class. The rest of the class, in unison, assumed the same prayer hand position, repeated the word and bowed forward. 

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