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Just BE!

Thirteen years ago I went to Kripalu Yoga Center in, Massachusetts, to assist Anodea Judith with one of her workshops. I stayed after I completed my job and took another training of hers. The simplest way to explain the training was

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You’re Stuck To Me Like Chewing Gum

“Because of you, I laugh a little harder, cry a little less, and smile a lot more.” -Unknown  The other day I was scrolling through Instagram and found a video of Oprah & Gayle getting ready to celebrate Gayle’s birthday. Oprah

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Be My Valentine Partner’s Yoga

Saturday, February 15th, 5:30 pm-7 pm Buy Tickets Here This playful workshop will spark your natural connection with your partner! Open your mind and hearts by sharing energy, laughter, and stretches together.  We may even get the Tibetan Singing Bowls out

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Intention Day Retreat

Due to Inclement Weather, This retreat is rescheduled for: Sunday, January 26th 9am-3pm Sign Up! Om Prana Yoga & Parkville Coffee are joining together to bring a fabulously fun day just for you! In your own backyard! Would you love

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Love Your Brain Yoga

6-Week Series starts Saturday January 25th 11:30 am-1 pm Om Prana Yoga is pleased to be able to offer FREE 6 week FUNdamental Yoga Series for traumatic brain injury survivors and their care givers. (Includes concussions). For more information &

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Dear Perimenopause

“There is nothing wrong with you.” -Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D, P.T. Most classes I teach I end with a daily quote from the book ‘A Year of Living Your Yoga’, written by one of my teachers. Partly I do this

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Suffering As Opportunity

“The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing and invite them in. Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond.” -Rumi This past year, we moved into a

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Cleanliness

“[From purity arises] the purity of our essential being, a positive mind, one-pointedness, victory over the senses, and the qualification for having direct experience of our self.” -Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD  I often hear people tell others that one of

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Life’s Subjectivity

“Yoga is a practice, not a philosophy. We step onto the mat to have the experience of the poses through the subjectivity of the body.” -Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, PT Do you ever have conversations with people you don’t really

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It’s Your Process

I have this thing when I travel. It’s not a thing I particularly enjoy. I work myself into a complete tizzy, starting about 2 days before I leave. Every time I travel I think to myself “I won’t become a

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