Author Archives: Whole Life Yoga

Reflections on Smiling with Sonia

Please welcome Jen Boyce to Whole Life Yoga’s blog today.  Jen is a current student in Whole Life Yoga’s 200 hour yoga teacher training  program.  She can be reached at jpboyce@comcast.net.  How will your smile (or lack of a smile) impact … Continue reading

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Fifty Ways to Show Readers You Love Them

  Today is my weekly posting for Inkspot, the blog for authors of Midnight Ink.  I’m starting a three-part series outlining over 50 ways authors can show their readers that they appreciate them.  Check it out, please share, and add to … Continue reading

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Does this Outfit Make Me Look Fat? A Facebook Controversy

I woke up last Monday  to a jokingly stern admonition from my husband. “You’ve created quite the drama on Facebook today. You need to learn to be more politically correct.” Those may not have been his exact words, but then again, … Continue reading

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Why I Hate Partner Yoga

  I rarely blog about anything controversial. I try to keep my writing and teaching as inclusive as possible, and spouting off my unsolicited opinion doesn’t help anyone. Today, however, I’m going to ignore my own policy. Please bear with … Continue reading

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Help spread the YogaLOVE for a great cause!

Hey, Whole Life Yogis and other awesome readers!  Today’s blog article is dedicated to the concept of Karma Yoga—the Yoga of Giving.  On Saturday, June 27th, 200 yogis will gather together to practice yoga and raise funds for Street Yoga, … Continue reading

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Seven Tips for a Successful Cover Reveal Contest

Hi all!  Today’s my blogging day at InkSpot, the blog for the authors of Midnight Ink.  I’m dedicating this month’s article to helping my fellow authors learn how to host a successful cover reveal contest.  Check it out!  We’ll be back to yoga … Continue reading

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The Gift of Self-Doubt

This week’s blog entry was written by guest author Shelley Curtis. Shelley is a graduate of Whole Life Yoga’s 500-hour yoga teacher training program and a teacher at Whole Life Yoga. She  can be contacted at sac68@earthlink.net. My confidence is easily shaken. This … Continue reading

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It’s a Cover Reveal Contest!

I’m so excited about the cover of my next book, Karma’s a Killer, that I’ve decided to share the fun with a cover reveal contest!  Here’s how it works: Each day Monday through Friday of this week, I’ll post an … Continue reading

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Memories of Malice

As many of you know, I was nominated for the Agatha award for Best First Novel this year, and the convention and awards ceremony was held in Bethesda, Maryland this weekend.  I didn’t win, but I had a blast!  In case … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Your Minute

Today is my weekly posting for Inkspot, the blog for authors of Midnight Ink.  I hope the visualization practice I share in this article will help my writer friends–as well as my students–to be more comfortable when they have to … Continue reading

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