Author Archives: Whole Life Yoga

A Blogger’s Top Five

As part of my teaching sabbatical, every August I look back at the blog to see what people have found the most useful over the past 365 days.  I’m always a little surprised.  The list below has some of my … Continue reading

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Fifty Ways to Show Readers Some Love (Part 3)

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

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They’re Here, They’re Here, They’re Here!

August is an exciting time for me on so many levels.  I’m on sabbatical from teaching yoga, which means I can concentrate on my writing. Sounds simple, right? It’s significantly more complex than you might think.  Just as I was … Continue reading

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The Joys of Jury Duty

My husband and I suffer from what we’ve dubbed “The Vacation Curse.”  Whenever we go on vacation—as soon on we go on vacation—bad things start happening.  We’ve endured pretty much everything:  multiple business disasters at my yoga studio, car breakdowns … Continue reading

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Snacks & Blood Sugar Stabilization

Please welcome Nicole White to Whole Life Yoga’s blog today.  Nicole is a graduate of  Whole Life Yoga’s 200 hour yoga teacher training  program.  She can be reached at siennanana@gmail.com.  And be sure to check out her fabulous book! Nourishing snacks, in combination … Continue reading

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Fifty Ways to Show Readers Some Love (Part 2)

  Today is my weekly posting for Inkspot, the blog for authors of Midnight Ink.  This week I post the second of a three-part series outlining over 50 ways authors can show their readers that they appreciate them.  Check it out, please … Continue reading

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Relaxing the Writer

This lovely work has been sitting on my desk for months, waiting for me to take a look at it. The book and its companion CD were developed by fellow writer and yoga teacher, Amber Polo. Peppered with inspirational quotes, Relaxing … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Prevent Dizziness in Yoga

Getting a little woozy while practicing yoga isn’t uncommon. The sensation can vary from an almost pleasant, slightly intoxicated feeling (like the rush after the first swallow of a good glass of champagne) to nausea accompanied by a frightening feeling … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Partner Yoga

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog article about partner yoga, or more accurately, everything I don’t like about it. Even if I think it’s unwise, however, my yoga teacher training graduates may not agree. If you still want to … Continue reading

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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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