Monthly Archives: January 2012

My Hips Story

This week’s blog entry was written by guest author Sheryl Stich. Sheryl is a graduate of Whole Life Yoga’s 500 hour teacher training program and an instructor at Whole Life Yoga. She can be contacted at sheryl@calmawakenings.com. Our bodies are made up of … Continue reading

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A Simple Meditation for Greater Mindfulness and Peace

Meditation is one of my favorite practices, in that it is so simple, yet so incredibly powerful.  When I have a consistent meditation practice I am more mindful, more focused, more calm in the face of challenge.  When I don’t, … Continue reading

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An Exercise in New Year’s Resolutions

This week’s blog entry was written by guest author Jennifer Campbell. Jennifer is a graduate of Whole Life Yoga’s teacher training program. She  can be contacted at jenniecc@hotmail.com For several years, every January 1, I would wake up early and pound out … Continue reading

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Can Yoga Wreck Your Body? Response to a Student Question

I look forward to answering your questions in this blog.  Please feel free to leave a comment or e-mail your questions to tracy@wholelifeyoga.com. A student asks:   Do you have a response to the New York Times article  article called “How Yoga Can … Continue reading

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Yoga Poses to Strengthen Knees

I look forward to answering your questions in this blog.  Please feel free to leave a comment or e-mail your questions to tracy@wholelifeyoga.com. Barbara asks:  What are some knee strengthening exercises and/or exercises to strengthen the muscles around the knees? This question, … Continue reading

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Reflections for a New Year

The transition to each New Year can be a powerful time.    Like many, I spend this time reflecting on the past and creating promises to myself for the future.  These promises have ranged from the dramatic to the absurd.   From … Continue reading

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